My first mobile phone was the Nokia 5230 I bought it at kolkata in 2010 when I was 17 years old. Some of its biggest features were changing the ringtone (there were 12 options) and caller ID — impressive, I know. You could also customize the device by getting a keyboard plate with a different color.Technology has come a long way since. Today’s smartphones sport large touchscreen displays. like Redmi k20 pro vivo v17pro, impressive camera, and high-tech features like 3D faciel recognition. While phones were primarily used for making calls back in the day, now we use them for things like listing to music, browsing the web, playing game, and watching cat videos on
If you told me back in 1999 what these devices would be capable of in around 20 years, I’d call you crazy — and I wouldn’t be alone. Back then, no one could have predicted the impact phones would have on our lives. It would have sounded like science fiction. Internet is poor 2G,3G but like today 4G running all Smartphones
This got me thinking: what will smartphones of the future look like? What features will these devices have in 20, 30, or even 50 years that seem like science fiction today? Here’s what I’ve come up with.
It’s called Bixby and it will work across all Samsung phones and devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S7. When launched, there will be a range of different features, including Bixby Voice, Bixby Home, Bixby Reminder and Bixby Vision.