One of the biggest problems for all contemporary mobile devices is the autonomy. Simply put, it is terrible, and a large part of the blame goes to the large screens that consume a lot of energy, which is why, usually, everybody keeps the brightness very low. The future phones propose a different approach when it comes to energy consumption.
Fortunately, there are companies like Bodle Technologies that seek to replace the current technology with a more economical one, but without affecting the quality of the image.
The technology developed by Bodle is based on a material that can change their physical condition using very little energy but offering a high degree of brightness visible even when it is in direct sun light. Most of the technology is currently kept secret by the company, only mentioning that it works by sending electric impulses towards transparent and flexible layers.
Bodle currently works with several large companies for the development of this technology and its implementation in commercial products. There’s no telling when the first phone, tablet, or the smartwatch will come out using this technology, but it should be all over the news, because you will no longer need to search the charger every evening. It remains yet to be seen if all major companies will adopt this technology when it will become mainstream.