Times have changed. In the early 90s, mobile phones were little more than an expensive curiosity, as published BBC

Ever wonder how your cell phone will be in 20 years?

Many of us are surrounded by cell phones and mobile technology evolves almost in front of our eyes. You can buy a good smart phone for less than $ 50.

At the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, ​​that media consulted experts in mobile technology on the future holds the smart phone.

Shao Yang, the Chinese multinational Huawei, said “we are not sure whether we will or phones like these, communication may be somewhere in my pocket, perhaps some screen on my glasses, maybe the music on a device in my ear Many opportunities exist. ”

Ben Wood of technology analysis firm CCS Insight believes that the future of smart phone could follow two very different paths in their evolution.

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“Think cars. They have not changed much in 20 years, so the phones could be seen as they are today. ”

“Or in an alternate world, someone would solve the problem of durability of the batteries, so we can have smaller devices, flexible displays, but we could also interact with phones in a different way.”

James Bruce of the British company ARM Holdings development software said the phone should be a device that is loaded by it in 20 years.

And the world of mobile communication, experts say, is directed to the era of the “internet of things” connected city. And in that scenario, multiple devices that act as intermediaries in communication. So the smart phone, to continue to exist, it would be the equivalent to our TV remote control.

“Maybe our shoes or tables, all sorts of things will be smart,” Mitchell Baker, founder of

“Maybe our shoes or tables, all sorts of things will be smart,” Mitchell Baker, founder of

Renee James, president of Intel, said: “I do not think I have cell in 20 years. What will happen is we’re already seeing, it is the integration of communication technologies in other products.

“The ability to connect to any computer around you and communicate through it is given.”

Mitchell Baker, Mozilla founder said so many things that we’ll be smart, not just phones, tablets, watches or objects for exercise.

“Our electricity meters, maybe our shoes or tables, all sorts of things will be smart and will be sending data around us.”