It’s not a secret that smartphones rule the mobile device industry in today’s world, but this could change sooner than you think. Tech companies are already looking into what could be the next big hardware platform: augmented reality glasses or smart glasses would add information to what the wearer sees in real life. Map directions, contact information, messages, camera and microphones could all be accessed through these gadgets!

Huge companies such as Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft have all looked into investing in this type of technology right now and in the coming future: Facebook is planning to release smart glasses later this year in a partnership with Ray-Ban maker Luxottica, while Microsoft already sells its HoloLens headset with the power of a Windows 10 computer and Apple is working on a VR headset that would also use cameras to see into the real world.

With this exciting technology also come many challenges that manufacturers have to overcome in order to be successful in the market. Some of these include how to make augmented reality glasses’ batteries last longer between charges, design smaller components that would fit this device and how to put all the needed technology in a single device without charging several thousands of dollars to consumers. 

While you might feel just fine owning a smartphone and thinking it covers all your needs, the reality is that technology is always changing and evolving, so expect more gadgets and better technology in the coming years: just think who would have thought 20 years ago that you could watch live videos or take pictures with your mobile phone? 

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Remember that time when mobile phone manufacturers were trying to make them smaller and smaller? Well, since smartphones came into the market in the 2010’s this pattern has evidently changed: mobile phones back then had screens as small as 3.5 inches, while nowadays you can’t find a smartphone that has a screen smaller than 5.5 inches. If we have the knowledge to make them smaller, why do we have the impression they’re getting bigger with each new release?

  • Camera: Today smartphones can film amazing videos that can be used for professional productions thanks to their high resolution cameras - which need bigger and more powerful sensors.

  • Heat: Our smartphones today have processors that create a lot of heat when they work, so manufacturers need bigger devices to help get rid of the heat in the phone faster.

  • High Resolution Screens: There is a huge part of the market that enjoys playing video games, experiencing virtual reality and watching tv series and movies in their smartphone. That’s why bigger screens with better resolution are part of the appeal.

  • Battery: In order to power the camera, the high-res screens and all its many features, smartphones need bigger batteries to support its functions without it dying off too soon.

Let’s be honest. In today’s market if manufacturers thought small phones would sell well, they’d make more of them, and they are actually getting thinner even though they’re growing in diameter due to the high demand for entertainment and the many features found in these gadgets.

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Smartphones are gadgets that certainly make our day to day life easier, and you will find many varieties and designs in the market that will suit different user needs and preferences, and price is something that most users are paying attention to. If you need a simple smartphone that gets you around without all the fancy features, take a look at these models released earlier this year:

  • Moto G Power ($250): This Motorola model’s best feature is its battery life, which can last two or three days on a single charge. Also, its 6.4-inch Full HD display is easy on the eyes and its trio of camera lenses allow for a wide variety of different types of high quality photos.

  • Google Pixel 4a ($350): This new model has more RAM and memory, a nicer screen display and it’s faster than its predecessor, the Pixel 3a. It has a one storage variety of 128GB and its 5.8-inch model that's easy to hold and use in one hand. Also, one of its best features is its 12MP camera that takes amazing photos.

  • Samsung Galaxy A71 ($375): This model is at the higher-end of Samsung’s more affordable Galaxy phones. It features a 64MP primary camera, delivers a gorgeous 6.7-inch AMOLED display and has a long-lasting battery.

  • Nokia 5.3 ($200): The Nokia 5.3 keeps their tradition of high quality Android smartphones. It features a Snapdragon 665 processor and 4GB of RAM that allows for a reliable performance, a battery strong enough to last up to two days per charge and a total of four cameras for better pictures.

Smartphones, cheap or not, are definitely a tool that helps you in more ways than we could have ever imagined. Let’s see what the future holds for these cool gadgets.

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