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These 7 Future Technologies Are Expected To Be On Mobile

These 7 Future Technologies Are Expected To Be On Mobile

From the iconic Nokia 3310 in the early 2000s to the recently released Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, HP has come a long way in terms of design, functionality and technology. Cell phones that were previously only used for making calls or sending messages, can now also be used for other things such as playing games, watching movies and surfing the internet.

Although HP is currently at its best, there are still quite a lot of new and advanced technologies or features that are expected to be adapted soon.

What are they? Here's a more complete review!

1. Batteries made of graphene


One of the problems that HP users often complain about is poor battery life. Not surprisingly, almost all batteries today still use lithium-ion whose quality will decline from year to year, making the experience of using a cellphone no longer as good as when it was first used.

Therefore, many cellphones today need to start switching to graphene – a better battery material because it is lighter, tougher, flexible and has more capacity. That way, the physical HP can have a slimmer body but on the other hand, still have good durability and quality that will be maintained for years to come.

2. Better under-screen selfie camera

The selfie camera embedded under the screen is not something new because the technology has been adapted by several cellphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, ZTE Axon 30 and Xiaomi Mix 4. good, especially for photos taken in low light conditions.

In addition to presenting a solution in the form of software by processing the photos taken to make them look even better, hardware improvements are also needed, both on the camera and on the screen panel where the camera is planted.

3. Bezel-less screen


Not only punch-holes and notches, the bezels, especially those at the bottom or chin of the screen, are one of the parts that are expected to disappear soon. The reason why a lot of HP at this time

– especially the entry-level and mid-range ones – have a thick screen chin because the components that connect the screen to the motherboard are at the bottom.

There are actually a lot of cellphones with very thin bezels, but for now they are only exclusive to expensive HP levels. Hopefully in the future, there will be more and more HP from various classes that have a "minimalist chin" or even have no bezel on the screen at all.

4. Wireless charging over the air


Wireless charging or wireless charging is the answer for those who are tired of charging via cable. However, more sophisticated charging still has drawbacks such as still requiring a charging dock and the cellphone is completely unusable when it is charging.

Actually there is a new technology that is wireless charging over the air which is an improvement from ordinary wireless charging. But until now, the technology is still not very mature and it will take more time before it is finally implemented by various brands into their cellphones.

5. Minimal bloatware

Except for iPhones and stock versions of Android, almost all cellphones today come with default applications that not only eat up storage capacity, but also continue to run in the background and interfere with the overall performance of the cellphone.

Bloatware itself is actually not that bad because its presence helps the HP brand to be able to get extra income, so it can sell HP at a lower price. However, the presence of bloatware is sometimes very annoying and must be minimized or even eliminated, especially for mid-range or flagship cellphones.

6. eSim instead of physical SIM card


Conventional SIM cards seem to be disappearing soon with the presence of eSIM. To put it simply, an eSIM is a non-physical virtual SIM card that allows users to switch networks more easily and use more providers on one cellphone at the same time.

Although the concept offered is very attractive and easy, it still takes time for eSIMs to completely replace physical SIM cards. Especially at this time, there are only a few cellphones that support eSIM, with most of them still relying on physical SIM cards.

7. 6G Network


Although 5G is still relatively new and has not spread so widely, the idea of ​​6G is now starting to be talked about a lot. The idea of ​​internet speed which is much better than 5G which in fact is already very good, has attracted the attention of many parties with technology companies or big HP brands such as Nokia, Apple and Samsung, showing interest in developing the technology. 6G seems like a long way off, but it's called

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