Smart phones will also become a part of history in no time, claims Nokia CEO

At the World Economic Forum, Pekka said that with the introduction of 6G technology, smartphones will not be a ‘common interface’

Today mobile phone has become an integral part of our life. Today it seems impossible to do any work without it. We have covered the journey from phone to mobile phone and then from mobile to smartphone in a very short time. In such a situation, speculations are being made that soon mobiles can also become a part of history. Two and a half decades ago, even thinking about smartphones was a figment of the imagination and people used to consider it a mere casserole, but in no time this fantasy has become a reality. Due to the rapid development of smartphones, its future is now being questioned.

Now Nokia CEO Pekka Landmark said at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos that 6G technology will be introduced in the next decade, but by then smartphones will not be a ‘common interface’. He has said this. According to him, 6G will be entered in the commercial market by 2030. Due to which people will start using smart glasses and other devices instead of smart phones. The Nokia CEO said, “Till then, the smartphones we are using will no longer be the most used interfaces. Many of these things will start getting directly in our body.

It is worth noting that some companies like Elon Musk’s Neuralink are currently working on such a device and preparing a brain computer interface. Musk also showed its demo by releasing a footage in April last year. In the video he showed how a male macaque had a chip in his brain and was playing a game. On the other hand, talking about 6G, a lot is yet to be clarified about it. India is currently preparing for the launch of 5G. However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had told on 6G that a test force has been prepared. By the end of this year, we will get to see 5G technology in India.

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