Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/18/2014 -- This report concerns the future technologies and functions of mobile phones (cell phones) and, to a lesser extent, the allied products phablets and tablets. The primary emphasis is on what will become possible in the next decade. The potential for mobile phones seems almost limitless so, obviously, no one report can cover everything. Indeed, sensors and other components in a phone may be introduced for one purpose and then used for others in unforeseen ways. Barometers and gyroscopes being used for inertial navigation are examples of this. In other words no one can predict all the things a mobile phone will perform or even how its existing and future parts will combine in "sensor fusion", "structural components" and so on, to achieve new this.
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Nonetheless, this report clarifies many key trends, unfulfilled needs and future routes to commercialisation. This vision is based on a plethora of interviews, event attendance, data searches and careful analysis by the PhD level researchers at IDTechEx. It recognises that improving the hardware and firmware are just as important as adding new infrastructure such as ubiquitous contactless charging and Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS).
What is the importance of forthcoming functions and enabling technologies such as Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS), the Internet of Things (IoT) and printed electronics? For the next decade, what is the market for planned tightly-rollable displays and key parts of them such as transparent conductive films, of which use in mobile phones forms just a part? How can the human interface be radically improved and the intolerably brief availability of today's smart phones before recharging? What new components will be useful in mobile phones and how will they merge? It is all here with the main emphasis on what is coming beyond improved integrated circuits.
This is the master, overall summary report of the new IDTechEx Mobile Phone series of reports which has in it reports going in depth into specifics. For example, there are reports separately covering IPS, NFC, energy harvesting, OLED displays, stretchable electronics and printed electronics.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.1. Breakneck speed
1.1.2. Needs driven by new behaviour and demographics
1.2. Future needs
1.3. Technology required
1.4. Hardware is key for future mobile phones
1.4.1. Unique hardware gains market share
1.4.2. Sensor fusion for positioning
1.4.3. Inertial navigation
1.4.4. Tipping the balance
1.4.5. The race for flexible phones
1.5. Healthcare diagnostics and more
1.6. Sensor fusion
1.7. Internet of Things
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2.1. Dreams and realities
2.2. Mobile phone improvements - responses from general survey
2.3. Expert opinions
3. IMPROVED HUMAN INTERFACE AND HEALTHCARE
3.1. Human senses that can interact with a device or be a feature
3.1.1. What is wanted?
3.2. Flexible phones: ruggedness and more
3.3. Roll out screen, photovoltaics, keyboard
3.4. Wearable electronics
3.4.1. Derivative technology
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