In a bold statement at the World Economic Forum, Nokia CEO says that 6G networks will be available by 2030

To cut it short, the 5G network has not yet been deployed in all nations. Currently, only a few countries have adopted 5G, and those in selected areas.

According to Nokia’s CEO, Pekka Lundmark, 6G mobile networks will be available by 2030, among all of this. During his talk at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Pekka Lundmark stated that smartphones will not be the most “common interface”, according to GizmoChina. Besides building steam in the 5G arena, telecom operators are also focusing on bringing 6G mobile networks to market by 2030.

At that time, smartphones as we know them today, certainly won’t be the most common interface, according to Lundmark.

In addition, he said that many of these things would be built into our bodies. While Lundmark did not elaborate on how or what this would entail, he mentioned that by 2030, there will be a “digital twin of everything”, which will require “a lot of computational power”. According to the report, companies have already begun investing heavily in 6G technology.

Some of the world’s biggest tech companies, such as Apple, Google, and LG, are interested in participating and even collaborating on this next-generation technology.