Many of the users find smartphones limited. Impractical. Constantly having a screen in the palm of your hand is not always a practical solution, such as in driving or cooking. Battery capacity limits. One in 3 smartphone users want a 7−8 inch screen, creating a battery drain vs. size and weight issue. Not wearable. 85 percent of the smartphone users think intelligent wearable electronic assistants will be commonplace within 5 years, reducing the need to always touch a screen. And one in two users believes they will be able to talk directly to household appliances. Are these limits are going to be solved by AI in recent future?