When it comes to mobile phones, everybody knows that on this market there is room for constant improvement. The technology keeps getting more and more advanced at time passes and passionate fans who are always looking for the latest releases are constantly tempted with smartphones with improved performances.
We know that nowadays mobiles have innovative characteristics that allow us to have an amazing experience while using them. If we analyze connectivity, we know that there are phones with 3G and 4G, but there is a big question about 5G. Last year, during the Mobile World Congress, 5G was the main topic. Since then, this area has arisen many question marks, so by now, we know that 5G will be on developer’s list for smartphones improvement.
Considering the latest trends, what can this year’s Mobile World Congress bring new? It’s hard to anticipate how mobile infrastructure can be modernised, but technology will show us that there is always room for more interesting features. In 2018, the Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona and companies like Intel have given future visitors some teasers on the next generation of mobile devices.
A company like Intel will always try to make a smartphone as PC-like as possible, so the main idea of the new device will be to offer a new two-in-one item enabled with 5G features. This will be possible thanks to the special collaboration between companies that produce other devices run by Windows operating system, like Dell, Lenovo, HP and, of course, Microsoft. The whole purpose of this operation is to release the innovative product on the market by the end of 2019.
Phones with 5G features will be the pioneers of devices with 5G features. This niche will release top-notch products that will completely change the way tech fans look at smartphones now. If you want to learn more information on the subject, you could start from the World Mobile Congress that will be held next week in Barcelona.
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