It’s the end of the decade, and there are a lot of technological developments that have included smartphones for the last ten years and technology in general, but what about the future? What can technical progress offer? And how your smartphone can change over the next ten years.
We have noticed several trends in technology in the 2010-2019 decade, especially in 2019 and estimated where the technology will reach by 2030, considering folding phones, USB sockets and the sixth generation of the internet.

We are well aware that this analysis can be much more comprehensive, such as the disappearance of smartphones and the emergence of dozens of wearable cameras throughout the body by 2030. Hence, it isn’t easy to guess the next ten years.

Naturally, smartphones will evolve, and we will review how they will land as consumers continue to demand more valuable features to meet ongoing spending.

Folding Smartphones In The Future

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Folding phones gained public attention in 2019 with devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Motorola Razr 2019 (although the latter was not buyable last year). As a result, they will become more familiar with many of them released.

So By 2029, Can We All Own these Smartphones?

It depends on the direction of phone companies in the next few years.

These phones are an intelligent proposition these days. Still, many people — and we don’t talk about tech enthusiasts — don’t see them as their next choice to buy because of their high price and lack of software development, which is more important than the shape factor.

Consumers will only own these phones in the coming years if they are affordable and, more importantly, equipped with some functions.

In 10 years, previous phones may become cheap and valuable shortly, but this will depend on how willing people are to give up regular phones’ tried and trusted form factor.


5g networks have been exported to many countries, but although this technology at the end of 2019, it will take more time to reach more countries.

Additional speed is not interesting to many people in high-speed areas as 4g networks are already faster than people need. Therefore, no applications requiring such fast connectivity have been released.

In the coming years, companies will release a lot of 5g phones and fewer 4g phones, like every new generation of phones, so that owning a 5g phone is as normal as you are now.

This is due to consumers’ desire to have high-speed smartphones and the most crucial reason the new generation of phones is invading the market with little presence for 4g devices.

At The End Of The Last Decade, We’ve Heard Rumors That Sixth-Generation Networks Could Be Released (Donald Trump Has Already Demanded It), But We Should Start To Know How Accustomed People Are To 5g And If They Need To Speed Up The Internet.

The Future Of Front Cameras

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The front camera is currently one of the essential features of different smartphones – does your phone have as big a notch like the iPhone, a teardrop notch on many used phones, a punch-hole used on Samsung phones, or anything else altogether?

Your smartphone may not contain any of what has been mentioned earlier. Instead, the front cameras may be at the bottom of the screen, as Oppo has already boasted about this technology and other companies are likely to work on it.

The previous method removes the camera from the screen and, therefore, will not take the camera out of the screen space and will not occupy a large area of the phone’s internal memory, such as prominent cameras or pop-ups.

What about the camera itself, by the end of last year, we saw a few smartphones that use two front cameras, one to take the picture, and the other is a dimension or distance sensor for more accuracy and background camouflage.

Over the next few years, especially by 2030, we expect all companies to follow this path as selfies are one of the essential types of images you want to take.

Goodbye To The External Sockets.

Many companies are putting external 3.5 mm sockets for headphones that will disappear from phones by 2030, and it would be surprising if they remained in many devices until 2020.

As many people rush from wireless headphones to wired. Phone users who need to insert speakers with their sockets will decrease.

After years of progress in Bluetooth within ten years. It would be surprising if many people continued to use the wire type.

Even more unusual is the presence of USB ports to connect your smartphone to your computer or charger, knowing that we have seen few phones that do not have any port. As phones can charge wirelessly and send files and data to the computer through several options such as Wi-Fi and NFC.

Wireless chargers are likely to become more common and, more importantly. Charge your phone for less time, prompting people to give up charging using wires (wire charging) and thus render external ports irrelevant.

In the same way, people will go for wireless headsets, and by 2030 all smartphones will be free of sockets.

More Rear Cameras the Smartphones?

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Your belief that your smartphone in the future will have more cameras (much more than now) may not be accurate, as there are only a few different types of lenses. So adding more lenses won’t add anything new.

Megapixel is the most significant change: by the end of 2019, the highest resolution in a smartphone was: 108MP in Xiaomi Mi Note 10. And by 2020 there will be plenty of phones that will reach the previous solution.

Scientists have estimated that the perfect human eye accuracy is 576mp. So if you’re looking at a phone that’s an arm away from your face and your vision is quite clear then that number will be more than you need.

So, people don’t need cameras with very high resolutions, and it would be surprising if phone companies tried to access the 576mp resolution. As such, the number of MPs will be more important than the number of rear cameras.