In 30 years, mobile phones have shape-shifted from an unbreakable brick to a sleek and slim computer which can perform fathomless functions. The future of mobile gadgets is yet untold. High tech engineers and gadget scientists are keen on exploring and writing the future of mobile phone industry. The technology incorporated in cell phones and a mobile network has transformed dramatically heating up the competition and the desire to purchase among the consumers. We are about to take you on a ride to the future of mobile gadgets which lies unfolded before us.
Holographic displays use light diffraction as a source to induce 3D images of an image. A unique feature of the holographic display is that it does not require any specific glasses or external equipment to visualize the image as it can be witnessed with your naked eyes. Having watched science fiction movies like Ironman and Star Wars, we have already been introduced to this technology, but can this be the future of mobile gadgets? Well, yes! The rumors of iPhone 6 incorporating holographic features broke right around the corner before its launch. But eventually this technology appeared in neither of iPhone 6 or iPhone 7, neither it is expected in the upcoming series through the smartphone industry is tirelessly trying to actuate this technology in its inventions.
It been a while since we have heard about smartphones having flexible frames with the ability to fold into two. It can be worn around the wrist, reshaped and bent upon the users need. The more delicate it might seem on the outside, the more robust it will be internally. This is one of the added features of the smartphone technology.
This idea was first showcased by Nokia in 2008 to educate about the different horizons of nanotechnology in the light of consumers electronics. Right after which Samsung launched its Galaxy Round Smartphone which disappointed customers because the design was subjected to several loose ends.
Industries are adopting the best practices to get acquainted with nature and initiate eco-friendly products. Wall chargers have been associated with the cell phone industry for a long while. Soon these wall chargers are about to disappear. Any idea what could replace this? Kyocera introduced a prototype which used solar energy as a source to keep the cell phone powered on in adverse situations.
The idea was to serve users working outdoor and for those who are away from the power source like campers, hikers or skiers. The idea was showcased in the Mobile World Congress trade show 2016. The company claimed that solar power could be used as an emergency option if the cell phone dies far away from home.
Several educational institutes have been using technology lately to educate kids and have turned out to be an interesting option giving away miraculous and positive results. Researchers have proved that students tend to learn and retain more from pictures and videos rather than books or journals. The multi-functional characteristic has given birth to an informal learning approach for both; students and teachers.