Technology has been improving more and more every year and as every year passes, tech improves more rapidly.

So without wasting much time, let’s get on with it.

Biometrics rule:

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Event though one cannot acknowledge Apple as the creator of technologies such as Touch-id(back in iPhone 5s) or face-id(in iPhone X) but it has brought them into mainstream. Facial recognition had existed before face-id but it was slow, unreliable and inefficient.

Companies such as Google, onePlus are boosting the growth of iris recognition and fingerprint.

4 cameras per phone:

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Companies are promoting dual cameras on the front as well as rear. 2018 might bring triple cameras on the rear or even 4 of them.

Lightening-fast, long lasting batteries:

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2018 promises less battery-related worries . Graphene,a form of carbon, if used for batteries instead of lithium could increase battery life by almost 45%, and your phone could get charged in about 10-12 minutes!

Long smartphones:

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Android phones might adopt an 18:9 display i.e. twice as long as wide. So app developers need to be aware.

Drones:

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Lower costs lift drones from playthings to commercial technology. Learn more.

Self-driven cars:

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced in late October that cars currently in production — which includes the Model S, Model X, and future Model 3 — will be built with new hardware that will enable to drive sans the driver, pending regulatory approval and further software validation.

It’s a smart move on Musk’s part — equip the cars with the necessary technology now so they are ready once self-driving cars gain federal approval. Musk said a

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced in late October that cars currently in production — which includes the Model S, Model X, and future Model 3 — will be built with new hardware that will enable them to be fully driverless, pending regulatory approval and further software validation.

It’s a smart move on Musk’s part — equip the cars with the necessary technology now so they are ready once self-driving cars gain federal approval. Musk said a Tesla will drive itself from Los Angeles to New York City as a demonstration of the technology by the end of 2017.

Musk has been committed to having a fully self-driving car ready by 2018.

from Los Angeles to New York City as a demonstration of the technology by the end of 2017.

Musk has been committed to having a

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced in late October that cars currently in production — which includes the Model S, Model X, and future Model 3 — will be built with new hardware that will enable them to be fully driverless, pending regulatory approval and further software validation.

It’s a smart move on Musk’s part — equip the cars with the necessary technology now so they are ready once self-driving cars gain federal approval. Musk said a Tesla will drive itself from Los Angeles to New York City as a demonstration of the technology by the end of 2017.

Musk has been committed to having a fully self-driving car ready by 2018.

 

 

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