5 problems that smartphones have not yet solved

5 problems that smartphones have not yet solved


Smartphones have improved mobile traditions in terms of functionality and possibilities, but they are not all triumphs: with them we have several issues that have not yet been resolved.

Smartphones already existed before Android and iOS: Palm and Nokia dominated the segment with phones that could install applications, games played and offered many of the functions we currently have . The revolution came with the systems that now dominate the market: powerful and full-screen smartphones. It looks like it was all the improvements, but it's not like that.

Although some have changed their smartphone by a current cell phone or "dumbphone" (silly phone), we are all aware of their limitations. Most of us get used to this because there is no other, but we still expect industry to solve some problems that do not seem so impossible .


I've dedicated myself to compiling the [majormainproblems which, in my opinion, have any smartphone today. They are problems for many and drawbacks for everyone, as you will see below.


It's the first point for obvious reasons: despite how many advanced smartphones, their batteries are still very limited . It is true that remarkable advances have been made in this field, both in batteries and in optimizing processors and software, but it remains a bottleneck for the ultimate experience.

We get used to charging the phone just enough to hold for a while longer, to carry extra batteries always on top and to hold when the load is exhausted at the worst time, but it should not be like this: at this point we should already have greater autonomy in smartphones . And sure enough, that's another big problem.


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<p> As much as manufacturers incorporate metal, high strength crystals and users add covers, <strong> smartphones remain very fragile </strong>. By its conception, there is no other choice: to have a larger and larger front, and with several layers of glass, we receive a tragedy at the slightest blow. </p>
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The furniture is becoming more fragile in the face of a fall, especially if they have double-sided glass

The problem of fragility is double when the back of the smartphone is also built in glass. For me, it happened to me this morning, and I usually take care of all my cell phones: I fell a few inches off the ground and now I have some nice slits (no) on the back face . Should not our phones be more resilient?


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<p> It is a problem that terrifies technological devices; and causes undesirable effects with the use of these devices. The <strong> environmental damage </strong> is among the undesirable effects: both to obtain the basic components as for the recycling; in addition to the human and social damages that the high rate of renewal that smartphones imply. </p>
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In addition to the controversy over whether smartphones have programmed obsolescence (a type of date that manufacturers mark so the device breaks down and we're going to buy another ), the handset is the "home appliance" with a cycle of all that we have. We do not change TV so often, for example, even if we have had several years with the same smartphone.

Smartphones are designed to last no more than 5 years. With luck …

That a cell phone does not last more than four or five years is a problem that has a difficult solution. Modular smartphones were a remarkable breakthrough, but they did not finish finding their site. And the problem of obsolescence is aggravated by another key point: the smartphone is a personal complement hence we often change the phone to find a new one that satisfies us.


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<p> It may seem a minor problem because we do not finish enjoying it in our day to day life, but we should not underestimate it. And it is that <strong> with the use of the smartphone we lost much of our privacy and anonymity </strong>: we not only track all the applications and services we use, but the system itself. Google recently acted on information that corroborated its misalignment in location. </p>
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There are options to make our smartphone much more secure and private, but the owner must have advanced knowledge to get it . Although there is a way to eradicate this problem: use a regular phone instead of a smartphone; or remove the SIM from your smartphone and never connect it to a WiFi. But who would like that?

Complication of advanced use

 5 problems that the current smartphones have not yet solved "</p>
<p> Smartphones are simple to use for their most basic functions, but when it comes to setting them up for advanced use, things change. <strong> Limit times that bother us with notifications without restricting important messages </strong> configure the permissions of the applications, reduce the space occupied by these applications … These are very necessary actions that, however, are complicated for someone who does not know enough. </p>
<p> Smartphones are in the hands of all types of people, whether or not they have advanced knowledge in the use of mobile phones. And manufacturers should facilitate not only the basic use of possibilities, but also <strong> the rest of the options that pertain to the user </strong>. Many security problems would be avoided; as well as headaches. </p>
<p> These are the <strong> 5 problems that have not yet resolved the smartphone </strong>. They are very important to everyone who use these devices, but they are not the only ones, of course. What do you think should be resolved as quickly as possible? </p>
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