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  2. 2. WHAT IS MOBILE OS A mobile operating system, also referred to as mobile OS  It‟s is the operating system that operates a Smartphone  Modern mobile operating systems combine the features of a personal computer operating system with touch screen, cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, ,voice recorder ,music player, Near field communication etc 
  3. 3. PRESENT AVAILABLE OS IN MARKET BlackBerry OS from RIM  Android from Google  iOS from Apple  Symbian OS from Nokia and Accenture  Windows Phone from Microsoft 
  4. 4. UPCOMING MOBILE OS Ubuntu  Tizen  Firefox OS  Jolla Sailfish  Aliyun  Open WebOS 
  5. 5. UBUNTU FEATURES a completely new mobile OS with button-less, gesturebased user interface  Swipe the screen from the edge and the UI effortlessly shows up app controls, notifications and lets users switch between apps. This is also known as Edge Magic.  Ubuntu being run perfectly on Samsung Galaxy Nexus 
  6. 6. TIZEN Tizen is a free and open source Mobile Operating system based on Linux.  There are rumours that Samsung is planning a version of Galaxy S3 phone based on Tizen instead of Android.  Tizen's software framework for developers is based on web standards such as HTML5 and web 
  7. 7. FIREFOX OS The platform is built on Mozilla‟s “Boot to Gecko project” is a true open source Mobile OS  The platform is optimized for entry-level smartphones and does not include any unnecessary middle-ware layers  Device manufacturers like TCL Communication Technology and ZTE have also announced their intentions to manufacture devices featuring the new Firefox OS, using Snapdragon™ processors from Qualcomm. 
  8. 8. ALIYUN Aliyun is a Linux based Mobile OS developed by AliCloud.  It has a great potential to replace Android in China atleast, as it provides better services in terms of maps, gmail and searches in China as compared to Google and would be a good alternative to costly iOS based devices. 
  9. 9. JOLLA OS Jolla OS is a Linux-based mobile operating system developed by Jolla  Jolla OS has a proprietary user interface developed by Jolla that will set it apart from the other available mobile OS  and it has the capability to run android apps  Jolla has plans to come out with smart-phones based on Jolla OS by the end of this year or early next year. 
  10. 10. OPEN WEBOS Open WebOS is a mobile operating system based on a Linux kernel, it was open sourced recently by HP  Developers still believed that WebOS handles multi-tasking significantly better than any other embedded OS  No products planned with the Open webOS but we might see devices running on Open webOS in time to come. 
  11. 11. UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES flexible screens  Cloud storage  Near Field Communications (NFC)  Infra red Keyboard  Sixth Sense  Bluetooth 4.0  Gorilla glass 3  Wireless charging or Inductive charging 
  12. 12. FLEXIBLE SCREENS Bendy phones sound like science fiction – but the far-out gadgets could be on sale in just a few months‟ time. Both Samsung and Nokia are working on the technology  Yi said that the first devices to ship with flexible screens would be phones. Other possible applications include „foldable‟ iPad-style tablets 
  13. 13. CLOUD STORAGE In this coming future Smartphone is becoming smarter and the storage capacity of these devices being increasing to store more data  Today 64 GB capacity mobile are not enough for our daily use to fulfill this requirement  mobile companies are working on the use of “Cloud computing” technology in mobile.  Microsoft Office Web Apps is embedded in Live and hotmail is just good enough for online typing. 
  14. 14. NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATIONS (NFC) NFC technology allows commercial transactions to be done wirelessly through mobile devices, without the need for data cards  The phone can be paired (read placed close to each other) or tap products, in order to transfer files  Near Field Communications has been implemented in a number of Google's Android based smartphones 
  15. 15. HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY AND INFRA RED KEYBOARD Infrared keyboards should help smartphone users type and interact with much larger and friendly keyboard.  With this technology the phone projects a virtual keyboard on a surface before the user who then enters data as if he were using a laptop keyboard. 
  16. 16. SIXTH SENSE The ability to use gestures to manipulate all sorts of daily activities, read information from the internet, and even project information on the wall, can be mind boggling.  Imagine using your hands to read bar codes or even take pictures anywhere in the street or house 
  17. 17. BLUETOOTH 4 The headline feature of the latest Bluetooth 4 release is low energy (LE) operation, which allows a mobile handset to talk to a wide range of lowpower peripherals and sensors  It will enable new mobile accessories and business models, many of which will use the mobile device as a channel to communicate with cloud services 
  18. 18. LTE(LONG-TERM EVOLUTION) LTE is a next-generation cellular wireless technology that pushes peak theoretical speeds to hundreds of megabits per second and reduces latency  LTE will be adopted by code division multiple access (CDMA) and Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network operators. 
  19. 19. WIRELESS CHARGING OR INDUCTIVE CHARGING Inductive charging uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects  Energy is sent through an inductive coupling to an electrical device, which can then use that energy to charge batteries or run the device.  Companies are also working on wireless charging technology which is today only available in Nokia Lumia 920 
  20. 20. PROS & CONS OF WIRELESS CHARGING pros Lower risk of electrical shock  Convenience Cons  More costly  Slower charging  Lower efficiency, waste heat 
  21. 21. GORILLA GLASS 3 It isNative Damage Resistance  Its 20% more powerful than gorilla glass 2  In Gorilla Glass 3, the scientists went to the atomic structure of the glass to fundamentally improve the way the glass responds to an impact or scratch. 
  22. 22. Made by-: Anuj Brijesh Irvanpreet Jaspreet
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