The yearly four days CES 2020 is going to Kick start on 7 January 2020, in Las Vegas. Almost all the major tech giants such as LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics, are ready to showcase their latest technologies in the field of artificial intelligence and displays at the forthcoming US consumer electronics show.
Yonhap news agency reported that Around 4,500 firms from all around the globe are going to lock horns with their newest achievements in the high-end technology industry.
This year, the tech giants from South Korea are particularly focusing their efforts on expanding their AI solutions. Samsung is set to present more details about its on-going project, which is named NEON.
Earlier, Samsung Electronics said via its Neon Twitter account, “NEON is not about Bixby or anything you have seen before.”
Bixby is an AI-based digital assistant presently installed in almost all its major smart devices.
LG Electronics is the local rival of the home appliances of Samsung. LG is planning to serve a special booth at the CES 2020, where the visitors of the show can experience its own AI solutions as well.
LG Electronics said it will unveil its upgraded AI solution, based on its standards of “evolve, connect and open.”
In the display section, LG and Samsung are expected to start yet another round of arguments on whose TVs present a more accurate colour.
Previously, this year, LG Electronics filed a charge with South Korea’s corporate watchdog on a Samsung advertisement, accusing its QLED branding of “misleading.”
LG said the QLED TV of Samsung is just a liquid crystal display (LCD) TV with a backlight panel, which has an additional QD sheet, not a “true QLED” display that utilizes quantum-dot light-emitting diodes.
Watchers of the industry said the two giants may have more warfare at the tech fair.
At the event, Samsung Electronics is anticipated to display a new micro LED TV. LG Electronics is widely expected to introduce another innovative display like the rollable TV that was unveiled last year.
LG Electronics has been making efforts to tap deeper into the robot industry, plans to display a new model to be used at restaurants.
Samsung unveiled the Gait Enhancing and Motivating System (GEMS) wearable robot at CES this year, may now come up with another model at the forthcoming event.