LG Innotek introduced a 3D sensor with the potential to extend beyond face identification. The smartphone can perceive spatial information and movement of an object, which opens up the possibility for the sensor to be used as a no-touch input method for various pieces of technology.
At its Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung launched a whole lot of new tech, including five new phones, some wearables, earbuds, and—of course—its brand new foldable smartphone.
LG Innotek announced a new 3D sensing module that could alter the way users interact with their smartphones. The module will ship in the upcoming LG G8ThinQ phone.
Independent retailers have long been wary of trying to get into the business of selling smartphones. But a new partnership between Nationwide Marketing Group and AT&T has completely changed the game.
Samsung reserved two seconds of its latest minute-long commercial to show off a device that very well could be its upcoming foldable phone.
LG Electronics and Infineon Technologies AG have joined forces to create the LG G8 ThinQ with front-facing time-of-flight (ToF) camera. Infineon’s REAL3TM image sensor chip will be the power house behind the camera allowing for capabilities never before seen in a smartphone’s front facing camera.