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OnePlus Concept One, Samsung Neon AI, and other announcements expected at CES 2020

CES 2020 is set to happen next month. The Consumer Electronics Show will begin on January 7 and continue until Jan 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES 2020 is expected to garner a lot of attention, thanks to the confirmed participation of Apple and OnePlus.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 25, 2019 9:09:24 am
CES 2020, Apple at CES 2020, Samsung Neon, Samsung CES 2020, gadgets at CES 2020, ces 2020 trends, laptops at CES 2020, OnePlus at CES 2020 CES 2020 is around the corner, set to begin from January 7 in Las Vegas.

In the first week of January, the world’s tech press will descend on Las Vegas for the annual CES, the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show. For years, CES has been the launchpad for new products and technologies, and this year is not going to be different. Samsung, Sony, TCL to LG will be showcasing new devices across categories. For a change, though, OnePlus has also confirmed its presence at CES 2020. Apple, too, is attending this year’s CES technology conference for the first time in 28 years.

Here’s a look at the biggest announcements you can expect at CES 2020

Samsung Neon AI

Samsung hopes to make a big splash with its Neon AI at CES 2020. Full details are still awaited, but Neon appears to be like some kind of mysterious artificial intelligence (AI) project. It could be a new voice assistant from Samsung, or else some kind of revolutionary wearable computer. Another reason why Neon is creating a lot of pre-buzz, because Gujarat-born Pranav Mistry is associated with the project. Mistry, who heads Samsung’s Star Labs, has been tweeting about Neon since December 6. His last tweet was re-tweeted by none other than filmmaker Shekhar Kapur, who appears to have knowledge about the secretive project.

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