Supreme innovation: Mobile tech trends emerging anytime soon

A few decades back, mobile phones used to be those big clunky machines which people would use to communicate with another individual by utilizing radio waves. This was a breakthrough in and of itself because it meant people didn’t have to use wires anymore. They also had those big antennas sticking out of their heads and buttons which were not necessarily easy to press. That form factor is practically nowhere to be seen in the smartphone-dominated world of today. Its quick-paced evolution is definitely mind boggling, but the industry isn’t done innovating just yet. And for technophiles and tech investors alike, this is more than good news.

Experts speculate that one major change in mobile tech this year would be the arrival of speech-to-speech translation. A person only needs to speak into his smartphone using his native language and the phone will take care of translating it into any language that the user desires. Multi-language conference calls without translators of any kind can now become a reality.

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Another trend that the world should expect in the very near future are foldable, wearable phones. People want to watch online content on a wide screen but that also means using a device that is larger than their palms. Foldable tech will definitely address this issue. By utilizing the Organic Light Emitting Diode technology, smartphones don’t need to stick to their rigid form anymore. People can switch between phone and tab mode or even wear their smartphones on their wrists. All it needs is some added flexibility.

Batteries dying out has always been one of the banes of the industry. That’s why leaders are putting their effort into developing wireless and speedy charging. This could come in the form of walking, tapping the screen, or by simply coming into contact with body heat.

The future of mobile technology seems overwhelming but at the same time very promising. Tech giants like Apple, Samsung, and Sony are working extremely hard to bring these concepts to life and hopefully, become permanent part of the mainstream culture. Expect the industry to gain further growth within the next decade or so.

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For more insights into the tech sector and the economics behind it, here is an interesting article from LOM Financial.

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