The next biggest thing in the phones may not be a phone
Frankfurt, After the iPhone comes (its been a decade nearly), & it broke the mould for mobile phones but now the question is being asked whether this evolution of the smart phones has finally come to its end as now even the Apple treats older, smaller 4 inch screens as new evolution.
Industry experts also believes that innovation in smart phones is giving a way to phone functions popping up as the software or any services in all the manner of this new devices from the cars to fridges so as to watches & jewelry rather than the remaining with hand-held devices and analysts with product designers said that the fresh breakthroughs are also running up against this practical limits of what’s possible in the current smart phone hardware in the terms of its screen size, its battery life & network capacity.
Now everything in this phone industry is incremental i.e. Slightly faster, slightly bigger, slightly more storage or have better resolution, this was said by the Christian Lindholm who is the inventor of the easy text messaging keyboards in the old Nokia phones which made them the best selling mobile devices of all time.
The financial stakes are high as the futures of Apple, Google & Microsoft which are the world’s three biggest listed companies at the end of this last year, many of them now has turn on who can gets the jump on making handsets so redundant.
Many companies/firms are experimenting now days with new ways so as to help consumers to interact with the wider world through the touch, sight & sound.
These will include the voice activated personal assistant devices which are dangling from smart jewelry necklaces with the tiny embedded microphones or the tiny earpieces which will get things done for us & they are mostly based on our verbal commands.
The world’s biggest companies in the field of technology have made a real progress in the arena with the Google Now, Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana and the Amazon.com’s Alexa now which is able to read texts or the emails for users, answer practical questions, control phone features, handle basic communications or read a map.
Independent financial analyst, Richard Windsor said that the way the whole thing is now evolving, the device itself is becoming good another way to provide access to a user’s digital life.