Hello everyone. This is my first post, and I look forward to an enlightening experience on these forums, talking with the knowledgeable people who are here. I am here right now for one specific reason: to see what people think the future beholds for smart phones in terms of hardware. I've been using stupidphones for over a decade, and I feel that now is the ideal time to purchase a smart phone. The first generation of phones are past their prime, and I think that the level of refinement in these devices is approaching an ideal peak, in terms of technological obsolescence. What I mean by that is, I think we are at a point where the turnover in phone technology is slowing down. Moore's law is not linear, and I am suspecting that the new 'must have' phones will be coming out at a less frequent pace. But I'm not sure about this, so I want to see what the community thinks. What could be the next hardware breakthrough that would make today's top-of-the-line smartphone obsolete? I want to wait for the HTC Evo to buy my first smartphone. I can't imagine a new hardware standard that would blow this thing away, even over the course of years.