Mobile Technology: Unleashing the Future of Smart Phone

Mobile technology has become so advanced in the past decade that apps now exist that can tell you your heart rate, your resting heart rate, and even when you will die. These new advancements have produced questions of where the smart phone will go in the future.

The progress made, which can be found in current phones, will continue to grow in several key areas.


–          Faster, capable of doing more in a shorter amount of time

–          Smaller, lighter chips that are more powerful than most technology today

Mobile devices were forever changed when apple created the first iPhone in 2007. This update in technology, allowing users to combine business and play by bringing together emails, texts, and phone calls with music, games, and cameras revolutionized the mobile market.

The impact of the iPhone is still seen today. The future of smart phones stems from Apple’s game changing introduction. The future will see faster processing chips to allow for the user to do more, at a quicker pace.

The processing chips of the future will be able to handle multiple apps, updating emails, as well as sending texts far more quickly than today’s technology. These new processing chips will increase what the phone can do and how swiftly the action can be done.

This update in technology would also bring in smaller processing chips as companies begin to make the technology more adept at dealing with everyday use without being bulky. Companies will begin to incorporate tablet technology into smart phones, merging the processing abilities of the two.


–          More complex shape

–          Higher camera pixels

–          Better speakers and sound quality

–          Better charging capabilities

Smart phone companies will also begin to modify the shape of the phone. Smart phones will become wider and longer as companies try to incorporate elements of tablets into their smart phone.

However, the phone will continue to become thinner because, as the market already shows, lighter phones are popular.

The smart phones of the future will also feature better camera pixels and higher quality videos. There will no longer be a need for apps that help refine photo or video quality because the camera will ship with near professional pixelation.

Smart phones will also come with better speakers. There will no longer be scratchy or grainy sound coming from a smart phone because companies will utilize the best speaker products on the market and implement it in their phones. These better speakers will not only be useful when playing music but also when talking on the phone, on or off speaker.

The phone may also have the ability to charge itself or be able to charge wirelessly. As noted, charging ports are becoming smaller and smaller, and while the need to charge may never be disposed of fully, the process will become easier.


–          New camera options

–          Better video chatting capabilities

Because of the change in camera pixels, smart phones will also have a variety of new features, like black and white mode, retro, or collage. This update will allow for quicker sharing of photos but also eradicate various apps that specialize in providing various photo filters.

Phones will also feature better video chatting capabilities. Like Face Time, smart phones will incorporate face to face conversation anywhere.

This feature will still depend heavily on the quality of the Wi-Fi available in the area, but the picture will be clearer, sky contact numbers may be used as well.

The changes within the smartphone market over the course of the next few years will largely focus on building better phones as well as making current features better within the phone.