Smartphones Will Be Extinct By 2030, AR And VR-based Glasses To Be More Commonly Used: Nokia CEO

New Delhi: Pekka Lundmark, Nokia CEO predicts that “smartphones will no longer exist in the next 10 years.” 2030. According to Pekka Lundmark, the advent of new technology. In fact, Nokia CEO says it is a new technology Make smartphones wiped out by 2030.Read also – After emailing staff about job cuts at Tesla, Elon Musk says headcount to increase company

Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark spoke World Economic Forum (WEF) There, he said 6G would be coming by the end of 2030, but it could make smartphones outdated. Read also – No more work from home: Tesla to lay off 10% of staff, says Elon Musk to break hiring

“At the time, the smartphone was not the most common interface as we know it today. Most of these are built directly into our bodies, ”said Pekka Lundmark, the Nokia CEO, adding that people prefer smart glasses and face wear over smartphones. Read more – Twitter enters restructuring, focusing on user growth, personalization

What, then, changes smartphones according to him?

Lundmark believes that Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) based glasses will become the most commonly used interface in 2030.

Elon Musk’s company is Neuralink CorporationNeurotechnology Company, which develops implantable Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs), Is already working on creating brain-computer interfaces. Last year, Musk shared a video of himself playing a macaque called Pager “Mind Pong” Using chips embedded on both sides of its brain. The nine-year-old pager was trained to move the joystick but controlled the paddle by thinking of moving his hands.

Commenting on Neurolink, Musk said in April 2021, “The first Neurolink product allows anyone with a paralysis to use a smartphone in their mind faster than a thumb. Later versions are able to shut down signals from neurons in the brain to neural links in the motor / sensory neuron clusters, thus allowing paralysis to occur.

The first @Neuralink product enables anyone with paralysis to use a smartphone in their mind faster than a thumbs up

But, what does a chip on the head look like?

“The device is fitted with a flush with the skull and is wirelessly charged so you look and feel completely normal,” Musk clarified.

About a week ago, speaking at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Pekka Lundmark stated that 6G mobile networks will be commercially available by 2030. He said he does not believe smartphones are the most “common interface”.

Telecom operators around the world are building steam in the 5G arena, but they are looking to bring 6G mobile networks to market before 2030.

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