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The world’s fastest mobile is coming soon; know more about it

The world is expecting more technology day by day. We hear about new updates and new products being released on a daily basis, and we only live in technology for half of the day. Mobile phones are one of the gadgets that we will use every day. So, so commonly, we would like to expect upgrades from those mobile manufacturers.

Recently, 5G was also launched. Now scientists are working on the world’s fastest mobile phone. As of now, the fastest mobile phones are Apple’s iPhone 14 with an A16 bionic chip, and the fastest Android chip is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

The technology that can produce the world’s fastest phone

The intriguing technology is covered by Nanowerk, a nanotechnology portal. But first, have you ever thought about the challenge of creating higher internet connections for the upcoming smartphone generation?

Smartphones must be equipped with antennas that can operate at tens of gigahertz in order to receive such high-frequency communications.

However, the filament in these antennas needs to be braided to a thickness of one micrometer in order for that to happen.

Even if extensive research and development can produce anything that can do that, it will not be cheap. Current industrial equipment is not capable of manufacturing something like that.

Who is working on it now?

Scientists at the Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), describe how a straightforward and cheap machine may be developed to achieve the same findings in their paper ‘3D-printed machines that manipulate microscopic objects using capillary forces, which was published in Nature journal.

The machine is simply a rectangular piece of plastic that was 3D printed. And has channels with broad and narrow parts sliced out of the inside. These waterways come together at several locations. Water is drawn to the hydrophilic elements that make up the channel walls.

Making the minuscule particles travel in these channels and produce grooves was now much simpler. But intersection which is necessary to construct braid formations and was still challenging.

“The eureka moment came when we found we could move the objects by changing the cross-section of our trapping channels. It was a shout-out-loud-in-joy moment when – on our first try – we crossed two fibers using only a piece of plastic, a water tank, and a stage that moves up and down,” said Maya Faaborg, an associate at SEAS to Hindustan Times.

The objectives are to manufacture high-frequency conductors and tiny gadgets. but The team is still in its early stages, and its current goal is to manipulate many strands at the same time. This might actually signal the coming of previously unimaginably powerful CPUs. Thus making way for the fastest mobile devices ever made.



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