LG Electronics has said modern day smart devices will now have to rely on the superior technology of artificial intelligence to remain relevant for today’s users who are totally dependent on technology to drive their daily activities.
This is so because consumers across the world have grown accustomed to using smart technology in their daily lives, so they have set higher standards for their next generation devices, the electronics company said.
“The smartphone revolution has also planted the seeds for new types of smart technology to emerge. The ongoing internet of things revolution owes a great deal to the inroads made by smartphones. Fans of smart cars, smart homes and advanced wearables all have smartphones to thank for taking the technology mainstream. LG originally embraced the global growth of smartphones by releasing mid-tier handsets alongside its more advanced flagship devices. This line-up of more affordable smartphones implemented the intuitive UX of LG’s more advanced devices.
“However, LG has continued to innovate and push boundaries as consumers across the world look to upgrade to the smartphone of the future. The IoT era is indeed a massive leap forward for consumers with its mobile-centric devices and progressive technologies that empower users to achieve their set objectives,” the company said in a statement.
Managing Director, LG Electronics, West Africa Operations, Mr. Taeick Son, said, “Our commitment in ensuring that products from LG are usually consumer-oriented and can easily be adapted seamlessly would never be compromised. There is a lot of positive technological disruption currently going all thanks to artificial intelligence, and it is our duty to see that our consumers get smarter with our products.”