[LISTEN] 3 smartphone innovations that will change the game in 2019

Smartphone technology is always evolving.

Also read: In the market for a new car? Here are 10 of the best buys for 2019

Jan Vermeulen, editor-at-large at MyBroadband.co.za, says these tech trends are set to dominate the smartphone space:

  • foldable smartphone screens pioneered by Samsung
  • in-display fingerprint sensors
  • 5G devices

There are going to be some 5G devices on the high-end this year already.

Jan Vermeulen, editor-at-large at MyBroadband.co.za

Listen to Vermeulen's 2019 forecasts and tech insights:


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