Dec 19, 2016 04:54 AM EST
CES 2017 is the largest consumer electronics show that officially starts from Jan. 5-8. Major players in electronic industries will gather and showcase their revolutionary products. Here's what to expect.
Nvidia to Reveal GTX 1080 Ti
The GTX 1080 Ti has been rumored widely for months and Nvidia could be gearing up to introduce the premium graphics card at the CES 2017 event. Along with it, Nvidia is expected to unveil a budget-friendly notebooks.
GTX 1080 Ti benchmarks have been leaked and some of the details include 3,328 CUDA cores chip with 1,503 MHz base clock - ready to take on AMD RX 490.
Samsung's Major Overhauls for Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8
The South Korean giant will be showcasing its flagships at CES 2017. Albeit no legitimate information as to which products it will be showing off to visitors - Samsung is rumored to launch either Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy S8 in the event.
The Galaxy Note 8 in particular, is speculated to sport all things that will make iPhone and Pixel look slouchy in 2017. Find out why.
Xiaomi to Launch Products to American Market
This is Xiaomi's first ever appearance at the CES.
While Apple prefers to hold its own event for product launch, the Apple of China looks forward to CES 2017 to showcase some of the latest gadgets it's been developing so far. SlashGear has learned that Xiaomi will launch a global product.
Consumers can expect Xiaomi 6 with Snapdragon 835 under the hood. Other than the very-smart smartphone, Xiaomi's global launch might include Mi Box and VR headset.
Sony's OLED TV and Nearly Bezel-Less Smartphone
Sony will launch first batch of OLED TV along with the Xperia XA successor that is rumored to rock almost bezel-less display. The leak of the next-gen Xperia XA has been circling around the web and the specs unveiling could determine whether Sony is up in the smartphone game or not.
LG and Its Six New Smartphones
LG is reportedly preparing six new devices for CES 2017 launch. The K series will be part of the set and LG Stylus 3, according to TrustedReviews.
Other big vendors to join the Las Vegas' CES 2017 include Toyota, BMW, Casio, Huawei, HTC and Intel.
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