Consumer Electronics Show aka CES is a global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. CES defines the future of technology and we can expect great innovations in 5G and other areas. CES 2020 dates are 7 to 10 January 2020. In 2019, more than 4,400 companies had exhibited their new tech in a space of more than 2.9 million net square feet. In this article, we are going to talk about CES 2020 location, where to buy CES 2020 tickets and CES 2020 schedule.
CES 2020 Location
Consumer Electronics Show will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every year one of the biggest trade show take places at Las Vegas in the month of January.
CES 2020 Dates
Consumer Electronics Show is around the corner. CES 2020 will begin on 7th January, Tuesday and ends on 10th January, Friday. It’s a 4-day long tech event. However, you will start seeing media coverage from the 5th of January because 5th and 6th January are previewing days for media only. The Show is celebrating its 53rd year, it was started in June 1967.
CES 2020 Tickets
The CES is not open to the general public because it’s a trade-only event. You must be 18 years old and affiliated with the consumer technology industry to attend CES 2020. You must have submit business credential to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) to verify your affiliation with the technology industry. The Media permit at CES 2020 is free but others have to purchase CES 2020 tickets to attend the event. Registration costs $300, the “Starter Conference Pass” costs $900 and the “Deluxe Conference Pass” will cost $1,700. Click here to buy CES 2020 tickets. You can save 25% on Starter and Delux conference pass with CTA Membership. Check out the CES 2020 Schedule.
HOW TO REGISTER FOR CES 2020?
Registration for the CES 2020 is quite easy, you’ll need to register for an CES Account on the OFFICIAL WEBSITE, and depending upon the type of pass you choose you’ll need to pay starting from a minimum of $300 to extending as up high as $1400, while some Media-Folks registration is free of cost. You can get the basic pass at a price tag of $300, if you want a upgraded pass you can go for the CES 2020 starter conference pass for $700, or a Deluxe Conference Pass for a price of $1400 dollars which includes 13+ special partner events.
CES 2020 Schedule
A number of events and seminars will take place at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020. You can read the official event schedule on the CES website. The first two days (5th and 6th January) are media preview days. There will be an event by Audi on 7th January alongside robotics-related events. On the 8th of January, there will be events about vehicle automation, 5G, Robotics and more. The next day there will be some great events and conferences along with an event on 8K UHD. On the last day, there will be an open casting call for ABC’s Shark Tank.
Hot Topics of CES 2020
- High-end AMD GPUs
- New series of OLED TVs by LG
- Intel CPU
- 8K UHD
- OnePlus Concept One
- Artificial Intelligence
- Nvidia Sheild
- Samsung QLED TVs with zero bezel
- New about Sony Playstation 5 and Playstation VR
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM CES 2020?
OnePlus Concept One:
OnePlus’s CEO Pete Lau, recently announced on Twitter that they will be showcasing a new smartphone design that will change the industry, the teaser mentions “Alternate Design, Alternate Future” and also says “OnePlus Concept One”, this clearly hints that OnePlus has been working on something very interesting and which has the ability to Shake the industry with it. According to some rumors, it will be the prototype of the first-generation OnePlus Foldable which will come out later in the year. Users and Tech Experts are excited to see what OnePlus has for them.
Facebook has already been on the works of its own cryptocurrency named “Libra” which will be a cryptocurrency payment method similar to the infamous Bitcoin. They also mentions that “Libra’s main motto is to enable a simple global currency and financial infrastructure that empowers millions of people over the world”. This also will be an alternative to the World Wide used Paypal for exchanging payment in different countries in different currencies. Facebook announced that they will launch it in 2020, and thus it is expected that Facebook will showoff the first demo of this in the upcoming CES 2020.
Galaxy Note 10 Lite:
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite has bagged multiple certifications around the globe and is all set for its launch, the complete specifications of the Note 10 Lite was leaked previously confirmed its specifications and details, according to the rumors it will feature a 6.7-inch FHD+ Infinity-O Display with an S-Pen, a 12MP + 12MP + 12MP Triple camera setup, a 4,500mah battery with support for 25W Fast Charging, will be powered by the Exynos 9810 Chipset and more. You can find all the information in detail in the ARTICLE LINKED HERE. As Samsung hasn’t scheduled a launch event yet, we may see Samsung announce the Note 10 Lite at CES 2020.
Galaxy Fold 2:
We recently witnessed some live images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 which looks pretty similar in design to the Motorola Razr, which folds vertically and brings out a taller and a larger display when unfolded. The original Galaxy Fold folds horizontally but these live images of the Galaxy Fold 2 show off a vertical folding display. According to some reputed sources, this device will use Ultra-Thin glass and be much more durable than the first-gen Galaxy Fold. Samsung may showcase the prototype of this phone at the CES 2019.
Alexa and Google Assistant Powered Smart Home Devices:
In the year 2019 we witnessed a growth of smart home devices particularly powered by Google and Alexa, and undoubtedly 2020 will witness an even larger growth. We already have devices from Facebook’s Portal, Lenovo and more ready to get launched in the year 2020 and in the CES 2020, we may undoubtedly see a large volume of smart home devices from multiple companies showcasing the new applications of such devices. Let’s see what the companies have for us in there.
Apple on Privacy:
Apple has marked itself present at the CES 2020 after a long time of 25 years. Apple’s Senior Director of Privacy to talk about the impacts of using Apple products. And how the data is managed and secured and is kept private. It seems like a boring lecture but we are sure that it will help us understand Apple products better and help us make the whole out of it.
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