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Smartphone communication

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  • 1. Smartphone Communication
  • 2. Smartphone CommunicationPresented By: Guided By:Dhiraj Bodkhe Prof. P. R. Wankhede[4u2-33]
  • 3. Contents :IntroductionHistoryCellphone vs. SmartphoneBlock DiagramHardware ComponentsFeaturesTrendsAdvantagesDisadvantagesApplicationsConclusion
  • 4. Introduction : High End Mobile Device Cellphone with PDA Functionality Runs Operating System Able to run 3rd party Applications
  • 5. History : First Smartphone “IBM Simon” designed in 1992 Nokia 9000 in 1996 with PDA functionality The First Open OS Smartphone Ericson R380 in 2000
  • 6. Diff. Between Smartphone & Cellphone :Ability to use Virtual KeyboardMultitaskingOperating SystemHigh-End ApplicationsPDA functionality
  • 7. Accessories :
  • 8. Block Diagram :
  • 9. Hardware Components:ProcessorInternal MemoryCamera & FlashInternal SensorsExternal Connectors3D Graphics card
  • 10. Features: Application Softwares Touch Screen Multitasking PC like Environment Ability to synch. with Computer Operating System
  • 11. Blackberry OS : Designed by RIM Programmed in C++ Proprietary OS Internet Security
  • 12. Android OS : Designed by Google Programmed in C core GUI in JAVA Open Source OS Also used for Tablet- PCs
  • 13. iPhone OS : Designed by Apple Programmed in Objective C & C++ Also used in Apple’s iPad
  • 14. Future Trends :Tiny Air-bagsat backsideto cushionfall
  • 15. Advantages : Keeping You Organized Flexible Working Information At You Fingerprints Never Out Of Touch Greater Functionality Faster Communication No Additional Hardware For Apps
  • 16. Disadvantages : Small Screen Size Awkward Keyboard Size High Cost Website Access Work-Life Balance
  • 17. Applications : As a Gaming device to play games As a Personal Digital Assistant In agriculture As a Musical instruments In Educational purposes To trace locations using GPS Technology In Business purposes etc
  • 18. Conclusion : Smartphones can store much moredata than plain cell phones. Also the abilityto run complete operating systems promisesthe prolongation of Smartphone dominancein the mobile markets. And hence Smartphone communicationoffers a promising future and also it can bepredicted that the Smartphones will surelybecome replacement for the bulky PCs
  • 19. References : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore http://en.wikipedia.org http:// www.eetimes.com http:// www.efymag.com
  • 20. Thank You Queries…
  • 21. Extra Slides
  • 22. Future Concept of Smartphone :
  • 23. Drunk Driving Detection :