Sometimes technology changes so fast that you can not get complete information about it. Know about the upcoming technologies, which can overcome most of your problems.
(1.) Under-Screen Fingerprint Scanner :- Although there is a lot of rumor in the market that Apple is working on the Under-Screen Fingerprint Scanner, Qualcomm has already announced its official announcement. It can capture 3D scans for accurate detection using Ultrasound Wavelength. It is only competent with OLED panels and a special thickness is necessary in this too. It also works under water. This makes the device easily waterproof. Heart rate and blood flow can also be easily identified with the help of ultrasonic scanner. Vivo presented a prototype in MWC Shanghai. It is expected that the lace phone from this technology can come in the market by the end of the year. After this technology comes, mobile phone market can change rapidly.
(2.) Hybrid Fuel Cell :- The discussion of fuel cells is increasingly in the market, although this technology has not been used commercially. MyFc has launched Hybrid Power Banks using the world’s smallest fuel cell. They can be charged using a simple electrical outlet or you can use salt and water to produce hydrogen. The 4000 mAh charger weighs 200 grams, which appears to be heavy but the process of losing weight is underway. Fuel Cell Technology can be used in devices like smartphones, tablets, cameras and laptops.
(3.) Rolling Speakers :- Some people believe that there can be no replacement for the physical size of speakers. Research from Michigan State University has proved this fact to be false. These researchers are working on Pyroelectric Nanogenerators. This can be made from thin material like paper. This allows speakers and microphones to be made. Speaking scientifically, it can pick up vibrations in air and turn them into electric energy. It can send electrical signals as vibration, which people can hear as a sound. You can also roll or fold easily for portability.
(4.) Samsung ISOCELL Image Sensor :- Most smartphone makers use Sony’s image sensor because options are quite limited. Samsung has now launched its own CMOS Image Sensor under the ISOCELL brand. These were used by Samsung in the beginning. There are four variants – Bright, Fast, Slim and Dual. Bright also delivers better photos with different colors in low light. Fast – Fast Auto Focus and Object Tracking, Slim – The sensor for Ultra Slim Devices. ISOCELL Dual Company’s Dual Camera Setup is offering. It has a RGB and a monochrome sensor. These features can be seen in the coming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This will also improve the quality of the image, and in the coming time, many types of use of image sensor can be used in the market.
(5.) Mobile 3D Facial Recognition :- If 3D Facial Recognition is implemented correctly on a smartphone, it can prove to be milestone in case of privacy and security. Those Face Unlock Solutions which are present now can be tricked by the photograph. Such 3D Facial Recognition can be quite safe option. Depth sensors will scan facials curve and Contour. Your phone will automatically recognize you. It will also give you hands-free operation with the combination of voice assistants. This year, SoftNetic gave its demo in MWC Shanghai. It is being heard that Apple is going to add 3D Facial Recognition instead of Fingerprint Scanner in this year’s iPhone.
(6.) Screen Will Charge The Phone :- We use glass screens because it looks good, feels good and can be coated (anti-reflective, oleophobic), as well as it is completely transparent. According to a new research by scientists of queen’s university belfast, stanford university, university of california berkeley, california state university and the national institute for material science japan, now the screens can be made from many types of materials. Screens can be prepared using substances like graphene, hexagonal boron nitride (H-BN) and C60. It is Material Transparent, Flexible and Super Conductive. C60 is also used in ‘Solar Cells’, so the development of this technology can develop such a display, which will keep the phone charging for a long time.
(7.) Camera Without Lens :- The capability of cameras is limited. This is due to their texture. They have image sensors, shutters, lenses, etc. Caltech Engineers has created a camera that is thin micron. Human hair is approximately 100 microns. It is so thin that it can be coated on top of anything. Imagine that the whole back of your smartphone is a camera. It can be a piece of cloth, piece of glass or embedded in the display or iglass. There is no theoretical limit of resolution and sensor size. It can be switched between zoom, wide angle, fish eye etc.
(8.) Solid State Lithium Ion And Graphene Battery :- Batteries in modern electronics have emerged as a major pain. Toyota is working on making batteries using sulphide superionic conductor. Initially it can be said that if these batteries work like supercapacitors, they can store more energy in less time. The Spanish company graphenano is developing graphene polymer batteries. They can have an energy density of 1000 watt hour per kilogram. Generally lithium batteries have 200 watt hour per kilogram.
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