Nomo phobia, or no mobile phone phobia, is the fear of being out of touch with mobile phones and
is considered a modern age phobia especially popular among It ng smartphone users. This qualitative analysis
aimed to define the aspects of Nomo phobia as defined in the review and followed a phenomenological approach
to qualitative exploration. As in the age of science and technology, as far as communication is concerned, this is
a very important and fashionable field of review. Since the time to Long Term Evolution and IP-based Smart
Phone, the growth pattern is very fascinating and involves an amazing transformation in human life. While
innovation in communication has made human life very simple, quick and efficient, but, on the other hand,
excessive mining can lead to a deterioration in human health. This review deals with the impact of nomophobia
on people's daily lives, the symptoms and signs of nomophobia, the usability of smartphones and their future
consequences, and the widespread adoption of smartphones and the introduction of smartphones into educational
settings, and the results of this study will help educators better understand the propensity of learners to use their
smartphones at all times. This review offered greater insight into Nomo phobia and improved the understanding
of the phenomenon by defining the aspects of Nomo phobia as identified by people. In this review, Nomo phobia
is described as the fear of not being able to use a smartphone or mobile phone and/or the services it provides.
Addiction, Mobile Phone, Nomo phobia, Smartphone
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