Our mobile devices of the future, which will replace corporate tablets and smartphones, will be just like flexible, folding displays, sheets of paper built from two-dimensional materials such as graphene, phosphorene or borophene.
These sheets will use subatomic-scale optoelectronic chips, which will connect to numerous databases worldwide to make your mobile device what it is.
These chips will only have the equivalent of RAM. Mobile processors will be a thing of the past, leaving only quantum supercomputers, which will be able to connect the world at the speed of light thanks to nanophotonics.
This will make today's concept of downloading something that future generations will ask us about.