Nokia at Davos: By 2030 Smartphones Will Be 'Embeded Directly' into Users' Bodies

It should be noted that Nokia earlier announced its withdrawal from the Russian market. . .

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The president of the Finnish company Nokia Pekka Lundmark, speaking at the economic forum in Davos, said that skin chips are no longer a joke. Soon smartphones will look just like that.

According to Pekka Lundmark, the smartphones familiar today will be gone by 2030. Much of what is now used for communications, according to the CEO of the Finnish company, will be embeded directly into the human body. It should be noted that this is only eight years away. This is a very short period for the introduction of such technology, which sounds like a verdict to humanity.

Recall that Nokia today is not going through the best of times. Once a leader in the manufacture and sale of cell phones the company has ceded these positions to competitors. Now the company focuses on production and service of communications equipment.

It should be noted that Nokia earlier announced its withdrawal from the Russian market.


Source: tsargrad.tv (Russian)

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