The Guardian reports that Google chief executive Eric Schmidt believes that smart phones of the future will be able to do things humans haven’t even begun to think of yet.
Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 15 February, Schmidt maintained that within about two years Smart phones will help people remember every detail of their lives, such as hotels visited, friends met, etc. .
High end smartphones such as Google Nexus S will become cheap and common due to the rapid improvements in mobile phones and their built-in processors.
Schmidt admitted that Google wanted Finish mobile phone company Nokia to have tied up with Google’s Android software rather then Microsoft.