The Next Wave: First Bluetooth v4.0 Products Reaching the Market, phones arriving in a few months – #Bluetooth #lowenergy


The first products with Bluetooth v4.0 are starting to arrive, beginning with a heart-rate strap and new computers from Apple. This trickle will soon turn into a flood.These pioneering products will soon be joined by Bluetooth v4.0 smart phones, as well as a plethora of new health & wellness devices, consumer electronics devices, and PC peripherals.

Bluetooth v4.0 phones arriving in a few months

A big shift will begin before the end of this year, when the first mobile phones with Bluetooth v4.0 technology begin to ship. By the end of 2012, virtually all new smart phones will include Bluetooth v4.0 technology. This will allow phones to continue to connect with the billions of Bluetooth devices in the market today, in addition to new devices withBluetooth v4.0 and its hallmark feature, low energy technology.


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About Dennis Mathews

I am a Technology Enthusiast with interests in Wireless Connectivity, Mobile Applications and Platforms. My specialization is in short range wireless protocols. I have been involved in building technologies around Bluetooth software and firmware since year 2000.
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One Response to The Next Wave: First Bluetooth v4.0 Products Reaching the Market, phones arriving in a few months – #Bluetooth #lowenergy

  1. tomtubbs says:

    Can’t wait to see the Broadcom BCM4330 chip get launched into mobiles. Hopefully will unshackle Bluetooth capabilities due ot lower energy usage, and through that more potential applications (and implementations (tablets, phones, computers)), set-top boxes and more).

    Having BT 4.0 will be a new wave of headsets, sports paraphernalia and more! :)

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