A mobile tech we’ve been promised for years now is a flexible mobile with a screen that bends. The most commercial example so far is the LG G Flex - but look out for more bendy phones in the near future.
Better haptic feedback
Soon enough your mobile may produce things you can touch. Tactus Technology made a smartphone with keyboard buttons that bubble up out of the display; and a Fujitsu tablet can recreate rough or slippery surfaces.
There’s virtual reality, and then there’s augmented reality - in which your mobile uses the camera to show an altered version of the world on its screen. It can be used in gaming, construction, tourism - everything, really.
Improved Battery Life
A big problem plaguing mobiles is battery life, which just can’t keep up with our electronics. Companies are starting to look to other solutions, like solar-power, biotechnology, and batteries that charge in minutes.