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Adp 1003 powrpoint

  1. 1. ADP 1003- POWRPOINT SMARTPHONES <br />Name: Natania Collopen<br />Student no. 22318569<br />
  2. 2. Smartphones<br />What is a Smartphones?<br />A smartphone is a mobile phone that offers more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary feature phone.Smartphones and feature phones may be thought of as handheld computers integrated with a mobile telephone, but while most feature phones are able to run applications based on platforms such as Java, a smartphone usually allows the user to install and run more advanced applications. <br />Smartphones run complete operating system software providing a platform for application developers.They combine the functions of a camera phone and a personal digital assistant (PDA).<br />
  3. 3. Smartphones<br />Introduction<br />Research has found that smart phones are affecting productivity, communication in the work place, social engagement, and have an effect in education”. <br />I believe that the smartphones has a positive affect on society especially the workplace, social engagement, and education. But smartphones can have a negative affect when abused by society. For example:, people attend to abuse the features of the smartphone, like facebook, twitter and etc (internet), during working or schooling hours.<br />
  4. 4. FEARTURES: <br />Software: A smartphone will offer more than just an address book. It may allow you to create and edit Microsoft Office documents or manage your finances.<br />Web Access: A smartphones offer some sort of access to the Internet. You can use your smartphone to browse your favorite Web sites.<br />QWERTY Keyboard: A smartphone includes a QWERTY keyboard, so the keys are laid out in the same manner they would be on your computer keyboard.<br />Messaging: All cell phones can send and receive text messages, but what sets a smartphone apart is its ability to send and receive e-mail. Some smartphones can support multiple e-mail accounts. Others include access to the popular instant messaging services, like AOL's AIM and Yahoo! Messenger.<br />
  5. 5. ipod<br />Black berry<br />
  6. 6. HISTORY OF SMARTPHONES<br />In 2000 Ericsson released the touchscreensmartphone, the first device to use the new Symbian OS. It was followed up by P800 in 2002, the first camera smartphone.<br />In early 2001, Palm, Inc introduced the Kyocera 6035, the first smartphone to be deployed in widespread use in the United States. This device combined the features of a personal digital assistant (PDA) with a wireless phone that operated on the Verizon Wireless network. For example, a user could select a name from the PDA contact list, and the device would dial that contact's phone number. The device also supported limited web browsing. The device received a very positive reception from technology publications.<br />In 2001 Microsoft announced its Windows CE Pocket PC OS would be offered as "Microsoft Windows Powered Smartphone 2002." Microsoft originally defined its Windows Smartphone products as lacking a touch screen and offering a lower screen resolution compared to its sibling Pocket PC devices.<br />
  7. 7. In early 2002 Handspring released the Palm OS Treo smartphone, utilizing a full keyboard that combined wireless web browsing, email, calendar, and contact organizer with mobile third-party applications that could be downloaded or synced with a computer.<br />In 2002 RIM released the first BlackBerry which was the first smartphone optimized for wireless email use and had achieved a total customer base of 32 million subscribers by December 2009.<br />In 2007 Nokia launched the Nokia N95 which integrated a wide range of features into a consumer-oriented smartphone: GPS, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity and TV-out. In the next few years these features would become standard on high-end smartphones.<br />In 2010 Nokia released the Nokia N8 smartphone, the first device to use the new Symbian^3 OS. It featured a camera that Mobile Burn described as the best camera in a phone, and satellite navigation that Mobile Choice described as the best on any phone.<br />In February 2011 Nokia announced a plan to make Microsoft Windows Phone 7 its high end smartphone operating system, reducing MeeGo to a research platform while still keeping Symbian for mid range and low range products<br />
  8. 8. Statistics of the smartphone<br />
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  11. 11. Research<br />Android Will Seize 45% of Smartphone Market by 2016, Says ABI Research..<br />ABI Research 302 million smartphones shipped in 2010, chalking up a resounding 71% growth over 2009’s shipment levels.<br />Android’s success since its launch is expected to continue: some 69 million smartphones running the Android operating system shipped last year, and ABI Research expects that in 2016 Android will have captured 45% of the market.<br />Apple’s iOS, which held 15% of the market in 2010, should continue moderate but steady growth over the mid-term, backed by new product introductions. ABI Research forecasts 19% market share for iOS in 2016.<br />
  12. 12. ABI Research’s “Smartphone Market Data” provides quarterly and annual data pertaining to the smartphone market, delivering global and regional data for smartphone operating systems, ASPs, vendor market shares, revenues, air interface protocols and technology attach rates.<br />
  13. 13. Conclusion <br />The Smartphone is growing rapidly in present day society, and becoming more of a need in the business and academic environment. This shows the importance of smartphones today.<br />

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