While the 5G network is not yet available globally, the CEO of global smartphone brand Nokia, Pekka Lundmark, claimed that 6G mobile networks will be commercially available by 2030.
In conversation with the World Davos Economic Forum, Lundmark said he doesn’t think smartphones will be the “mainstream interface,” reports GizmoChina.
“By then, the smartphone as we know it today will certainly not be the most widely used interface,” said Lundmark.
“A lot of these things get built right into our bodies,” he added.
Lundmark didn’t give many details on how or exactly what it will look like, but he went on to say that by 2030 there will be a “digital twin of everything” that will require “tremendous computational resources.”
The report mentions that companies have already started investing heavily in 6G.
Some of the biggest tech giants in the world like Qualcomm, Apple, Google and LG are participating and even collaborating on this next generation technology.
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