5 features that may appear in the smartphones of the future
FIve features that would be interesting to see in smartphones of the future.
Smartphones have come a long way in a relatively short time, and they can probably get even better. We have listed five features that would be interesting to see in smartphones of the future.
1. Graphene batteries
Lithium-ion batteries inevitably degrade and fail.
This problem can be solved by the emergence of graphene batteries – a light, strong and flexible nanomaterial with high electrical conductivity.
Graphene-powered smartphones are likely to feature longer battery life and less heat. In addition, the battery in them does not have to be changed every few years.
Work on the technology has been going on for some time, and although there is no prototype yet, humanity has a chance to somehow get a smartphone with a graphene battery.
2. Improved front camera under the display
There are already smartphones in which the front camera is located under the display. This allows you to remove the “bangs” and get closer to a truly frameless design of the screen, but the quality of images on such a camera still wants better.
So far, manufacturers are trying to solve this problem with the help of photo processing algorithms. But even the best software can’t compensate for the glaring shortcomings of the hardware, so for quality pictures in the future you need to improve the camera itself and refine the properties of the screen that covers it.
3. Really frameless display
Of course, I would like to do without compromising on the frame around the screen. Most smartphones have at least a cutout under the front camera on the display, if not a full-fledged bangs. In the top smartphones, of course, there is a tendency to minimize the frame, but I’m even wondering, when we still have a completely frameless display?
4. Wireless air charging
So far, wireless charging does not fully meet the expectations of users. In fact, the smartphone still needs to be kept on the dock, and this is little different from the leading method of charging. In addition, such charges are less efficient than conductive ones and consume more energy.
Ideally, we need to charge the air, in which the smartphone does not need to be placed on the docking station – it is powered by energy directly during use. Manufacturers are already working on this task and even offer the first options, so in the future such charging may become commonplace.
5. Fewer installed programs
These are inexpensive smartphones, in which you will probably find a large number of installed programs. Their manufacturers enter into agreements with developers to install default programs. This move reduces the cost of the end user’s device.
At best, programs take up memory space and run in the background, draining battery power. At worst, they may include malware. Therefore, I would like to hope that in the future this trend will come to naught.