The Top 5 Most Interesting Smart Devices for 2019

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Technology continues to move forward and you can expect to see some exciting new products rolling out in 2019, not just for the techie, but for the family as well.

As mobile phones are now integral parts of our lives, people have become increasingly engaged with their devices — from tablets to phones to wearables. Any company looking to market to the 2019 family unit should consider the smart device niche.

With the increased use of amazing apps being developed by tech-savvy mobile app developers, the opportunities for consumers to use their devices to interact with the world around them are endless. If you want to learn more about how to design the next big smart home app, we’ve put a list together of 5 interesting new gadgets that are coming on the market soon to get your creative juices flowing.

Flexible Keyboard
Flexible Keyboard

QWERTY flexible keyboard from Royole

Royole introduced their cutting-edge flexible phone last November in Beijing and are planning to release a QWERTY flexible keyboard that can be rolled out on a flat surface and connected to your electronics through Bluetooth. With a simple push of a button, you can roll it up and stash it in your pocket. Expect to see this cool item released during the second quarter of 2019, but no pricing has been set yet.

Dyno Coolpad

Parents will appreciate this new smartwatch for four to nine-year-olds. It’s colorful and big, can be used for phone calls, texting with approved contacts and also has an SOS button for calling 911. You’ll see this on the market early in 2019 for $149. The cell plan will run another $10 a month.

Temi Robot
Temi Robot

Temi Robot

With the use of Alexa, this voice-activated robot is like a butler on a mission and navigates through your home using an array of sensors. It was created to help the elderly stay safe with its ability to understand speech patterns. It works off of Wi-Fi, takes 8 ½ hours to charge and will be available for purchase in March for $1499 plus shipping.

Garmin Vivoactive 4
Garmin Vivoactive 4

Garmin Vivoactive 4 using Verizon

The Vivoactive is the first LTE watch for fitness that is offered by Garmin through Verizon and touts the capability to detect falls, sending out an SOS. It also can play downloaded music over LTE too. You can expect up to five days of battery life unless the tunes, GPS and LTE are all activated. Its release is planned for the end of March but no price is available yet.

Matrix PowerWatch 2
Matrix PowerWatch 2

Matrix PowerWatch 2

This amazing watch runs off of solar power and heat from your body. It performs regular functions such as step counting, heart rate monitoring and touts a constant reflective color screen for easy visibility. It also has a compass, GPS and 200-meter water resistance. It is available for pre-order at Indiegogo for $200 but will cost around $499 later in the year when it’s officially released.

Mobile app-driven products are being created at a furious pace, reinforcing the demand for an app development company that will stay abreast of tech progress. These 5 exciting new smart devices are just the tip of the iceberg, and we can expect more gadgets that use a mobile app to make daily tasks easier and free up more time to enjoy the fun things in life.