What is the future of smartphone industry?
By the end of 2023, penetration of smartphones among adults in developed countries will surpass 90 per cent. Smartphone sales will reach 1.85 billion per year in 2023, a 19 per cent increase over 2018 and equivalent to over five million units sold per day.
What are some possible future improvements for smartphones?
Well, here are five promising technologies that you might find in your smartphone in the near future.
- 6G. 3G, 4G, 5G.
- Over-the-Air Charging. No one likes being limited by a cable.
- Nano-Tech Batteries.
- Removal of SIM Cards.
- OLED and E-Link Combination.
How has your mobile phone changed your life?
The mobile phone has changed our attitudes and expectations. If people are late to a meeting, they are expected to notify others by calling on their mobile phones. It is no longer necessary to agree on when and where to meet. People can just call each other on their mobile phones and say where they are at the moment.
What will phones be like in 2040?
The phone from 2040 will not only recognize your face, voice and fingerprints (every surface of the phone will be able to detect them, obviously), it will know it’s you just by the way you’re holding it. Unless you want someone else to use your phone, no one would be able to.
How do phones improve our lives?
Stay connected: The main purpose of mobile phones is to keep us connected with our loved ones regardless of the distance. It helps us to stay connected with our family, friends, loved ones and society as well in variety of ways including: Calling, Text/Messages, E-mail, Video calling, Public or Social media.
What will phones be like in 2030?
It’s likely as wireless chargers get more popular and, more importantly, faster at powering up your device, people will rely less on physical wires, making a port more and more redundant. In that way, it echoes the use of wireless headphones, and in 2030 portless smartphones could be the new normal.
What will smartphones be like in 2025?
By 2025, the smartphone will no longer occupy the center of our digital lifestyles as its excess weight metaphorically crushes it from our existence. But, fear not. The smartphone isn’t going away, rather will re-invent itself as a plethora of emerging edge devices assumes many of its features, functions and use cases.