As every year passes, the advancement of technology and creativity in the tech industry delivers highly mind-blowing devices that seemed like a dream once and just a decade ago. Below you'll find the most important gadgets more likely to launch this year. Keep in mind this isn't the full list, and it doesn't account for the surprises we'll likely see in 2017. However, these are the gadgets we think you should be the most excited and intrigued about.
Samsung Foldable Phone
Before being known as the Galaxy X, Samsung's folding phone had been already codenamed Project Valley, which was featured in various reports. The company introduced the concept of a foldable display at CES 2013 and supposedly showed its first foldable phone prototype in a private meeting at CES 2014
The iPhone 8
Another year, another iPhone. Apple is consistent in releasing its gadgets yearly that we can expect something bigger and better for the handset's 10th anniversary of the iPhone's first release. Speculations have it that the iPhone 8 will undergo some significant changes, such as the ditching of the home button, a glass body, and wireless charging. Moreover, we're possibly looking at an edge-to-edge display and it only means larger iPhone screens for everyone.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 5
Microsoft amazed the world with its commercially successful and downright powerful Surface Pro 4, which rolled out in October 2015. With the next big Windows 10 Update believed to arrive in 2017, the Surface Pro 5 might just be right around the corner, with new upgrades and improvements.
While the Apple iMac has been updated with new, high-resolution displays in recent years. it's been a long time since Apple has greatly updated the computer. Powerful and Better iMacs are expected by many this year.
Xbox Project Scorpio
The Xbox Scorpio is, by every indication by far is more powerful than the Xbox One, and we're looking forward to witnessing if Microsoft can capture some of Sony's lightning in a bottle later this year.The company is currently working closely on Project Scorpio, a more powerful version of the Xbox One designed for 4K TVs and possibly virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift.The console will be targetted at gamers who value performance over everything else. It's believed to unveil in the fall of 2017.