If it were up to you, what would you have manufacturers focus on in 2016?

If it were up to you, what would you have manufacturers focus on in 2016?
With 2016 now just days away, it's a time of reflection for us all. Most of you will be looking back on 2015 and the years leading to it, and making some tough conclusions and committing to some tough resolutions. Most, if not all of these, will be thrown out the window come January 2nd, but that doesn't mean that reflection isn't important.

So let's do some. Think about 2015 and what it meant for the mobile industry, and then reflect on how you feel about the focus of these advancements. Are they targeting the right problems, from your point of view? Or are manufacturers chasing meaningless improvements that do little to benefit your real world user experience? It's a matter of perspective, sure, but that doesn't mean one can't be objective about what he wants. And that's the point here, for you to put yourself in temporary, pretend God mode, and share with the rest what you'd have manufacturers focus on in 2016 if it were up to you.

All clear? Cool, let's do some voting!

If it were up to you, what would you have manufacturers focus on in 2016?

The physical properties of their devices with better materials or smarter design
6.26%
Display quality (color calibration, brightness, resolution, etc.)
1.26%
User experience with smarter, better software interfaces
16.15%
Processing power
1.59%
Camera optics and overall performance
7.47%
Battery life with smarter or larger batteries
63.74%
Higher quality loudspeaker audio
2.47%
Other (share in the comments or an innocent kitten will suffer!)
1.04%

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