Can Cell Phones replace Computers?

@Oshobu (473)
Nigeria
July 28, 2017 6:44am CST
There is an argument that phones can replace computers in years, decades, centuries, or millenniums to come. What do you think? Is it true or false? I would like my friends to participate and give reasons for their answers
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@dollaboy (6400)
28 Jul
Nope Never my friend. I cannot carry a 15 Inch laptop in my pocket
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@Oshobu (473)
• Nigeria
28 Jul
What if the laptop is made smaller to the size of a phone and it is called smartphone?
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@Humitex (174)
• United States
28 Jul
@Oshobu Hahaha Then it isn't a laptop anymore. You should probably cal it a Tablet.
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@Oshobu (473)
• Nigeria
28 Jul
@shikharava (1917)
28 Jul
I don't think so. Smartphones may have a bunch of extra functions, but the developers are pretty much aware of that. They are developing PCs capable of handling applications way better than many high-end smartphones. And in many areas such as memory, graphics, processor speeds, and all, smartphones cannot simply replace or take over PCs. PCs are ultimate while smartphones still have a long way to go. So no, smartphones cannot be better than computers, ever.
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@Humitex (174)
• United States
28 Jul
Exactly my point. Thanks for shading more light.
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28 Jul
@Humitex yeah, anytime, my friend. Computer cannot be replaced by a smartphone, whatsoever. It's legend.(*_*)
@Humitex (174)
• United States
28 Jul
I don't see this happening in the nearest future or anytime at all. These are two different gadget that might have some similarities but can't be compared when some task are needs to be carried out. Recently I have been learning graphics and I doubt if there would ever be a mobile device or say mobile application that will completely replace Corel draw and Photoshop software. Thanks for sharing anyways.
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@Oshobu (473)
• Nigeria
28 Jul
Yeah, that makes some sense.
@Nawsheen (22897)
• Mauritius
28 Jul
I don't think this can happen. There are many tasks which I can't simply do on my mobile and rely solely on my computer
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