The Rise In Mobility
Evolution is deemed to be the only constant in the ever changing world and there isn’t anything that denies this fact. With many sophisticated products being introduced into this world, the human labour has been substantially reduced and the productivity in return has never been higher. With the invention of Wheels, the requirement to walk was eliminated and such replacements have been made ever since. Mobile Phones are the ones that have been making the rounds this time. Ever since the technology of mobile phones has come into effect, the replacements for various gadgets previously deemed very useful too have been eradicated. One such example is the technology of the pager and commercial cameras.
Though the capacity of mobile phones was restricted to make calls and send messages at the early stages, they were considered as the future technology. Not until the great minds of the world embedded the technology of Internet into it. The options expanded and keep expanding till date.
India being the largest mobile phone user, it comes as no surprise as to why the international smartphone makers target India. Of the 7 Billion plus mobile phones used actively across the globe 1.15 Billion are used in India alone followed by China with 1.06 Billion active mobile users.
The above infographic is a clear explanation on how essential a mobile phone has become to everyone. The only difference though is the change in technological aspects in a mobile phone. Enterprises and Businesses are fast to take advantage of this and use it to its maximum potential. Portability being a major advantage we could see a variety of improvements and a huge classification of these products in the near future.
The rise in mobility was and is inevitable. A question though rises if an alternate technology could give these devices a scare. But keeping in consideration of the present day scenario, the introduction of mobile phones though had an effect on the usage of traditional computers and laptops, the number of people using computers did not take a hit. The requirement to continue using computers was as always at its peak. A similar situation could be expected even if another alternate device would come into being.