Will mobile phones die in the next 10 years?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 07, 2020 08:20 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 07, 2020 08:20 AM

I highly doubt it, in fact I personally think they will replace a huge part of our technology line up within 10 years. I dont know many people who fire up there laptop to use the internet anymore, they jump on their smartphone. Need directions unless you drive professionally or have a very long trip to take chances are you will use your smartphone. Going on a day out and need a camera no problem your phones got your back. Forgot your wallet and need to grab some milk on the way home, no sweat your phone has apple pay or Google play.As mobile technology improves and with the rate phone processors and graphics are improving it’s not unreasonable to envisage that phones will fully replace laptops in the not too distant future. Samsung have already tested the waters with this with the DeX dock, which allows you to dock your phone to a monitor and use it as a basic PC. Before long I can see sat navs, dedicated mp3 players, laptops, content streamers like apple TV and rokus, hotel keycards, airplane tickets and debit cards all get completely replaced with your phone and if not completely replaced, at least relegated to a backup system rather then the primary.

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