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    • Development Trends For Mobile Platforms And Its Technology
      • Kristaps Skutelis (@krizdabz)
      • krizdabz.lv , androids.lv , windowsphone.lv , dubstep.lv, bradajumi.lv
    • I want to play a game
    • Who is this guy?
      • Kristaps Skutelis (krizdabz)
      • blogger (krizdabz.lv, androids.lv, windowsphone.lv, dubstep.lv, bradajumi.lv)
      • technology enthusiast and early adopter
      • certified IT Professional
    • Today I will talk about
      • Global and local market situation (platforms, app stores, manufacturers)
      • Mobile technologies from user perspective
      • Emerging trends in mobile technology
    • Generations of mobile platforms
      • “ Legacy” platforms (Symbian, BlackBerry OS, BREW, Windows Mobile)
      • “ Next-generation” platforms (iOS, Android, webOS, Windows Phone, Bada)
      • Handset sales are driven not by hardware features (“what the handset can do”) but the user interface and applications available (“what you can do with the handset”)
      • Most important: ecosystem and network effect
    • “ Dumb phone” era
    • “ Dumb phone” era is not over yet
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    • Situation in Latvia 124 000 smartphones (2011), 60 000 (2010), 30 000 (2009) TOP5 smartphones: iPhone 4, Nokia 5230, Nokia 5800, iPhone 3S, Nokia X6
    • Battle of App Markets
      • Android Market : 600 000 apps, 10 billion downloads
      • iOS App Store : 500 000 apps, 18 billion downloads
      • BlackBerry App World : 50 000 apps, 1 billion downloads
      • Nokia (Ovi) Store : 50 000 apps
      • Windows Phone Marketplace : 40 000 apps
    • It was year 2000
    • It was year 2000
      • Phones were used for calling, SMS and playing Snake
      • Monochrome graphic, monophonic ringtones
      • “ Endless” customization possibilities (covers, LED, logos, ringtones)
      • No mobile Internet, GPS, apps
    • It was year 2005
    • It was year 2005
      • Color displays, polyphonic ringtones
      • Mobile Internet (GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA, Wi-Fi)
      • GPS, camera, video, music and some apps
    • Nokia today
      • Moving away from Symbian (Anna and Belle)
      • Maemo -> MeeGo -> ?
      • Microsoft and Windows Phone
    • It was year 2009
    • It was year 2009
      • Capacitive touchscreen , HVGA resolution, 3.2” display (~180 ppi)
      • Android 1.6
      • Problems, lags, freezes, but potential is huge
      • Apps
    • It was year 2010
    • It was year 2010
      • Bigger and better screens, WVGA resolution
      • More memory, faster CPUs, better cameras (720p video)
      • Evolution of Android (fragmentation, rooting/ROMs)
      • Apps, apps, appps!!!
    • It is year 2011
    • It is year 2011
      • Dual and quad core processors - more power (1080p video, 3D games)
      • Android tablets (+ Kindle Fire, Barnes&Noble Nook)
      • NFC, cloud computing/services
      • Android 4.0
      • Apps, apps, apps, appps!!!
    • Android today
      • >225 million devices sold since launch
      • >550,000 new Android devices are activated every day
      • Android has about 48% of the smartphone market share
      • ~2% of Android devices are tablets
      • 2.2 Froyo (35,3%), 2.3.x Gingerbread (50,6%) devices
      • Revenue comes from search
    • My experience with BlackBerry and Windows Phone
    • My experience with BlackBerry and Windows Phone
      • Great messaging
      • Metro UI is interesting and something new
      • Microsoft services & products
      • No localisation
      • Problems with apps
      • Problems with devices
      • Nokia + Windows Phone = ?
    • And one more thing...
    • And one more thing...
      • Example where closed system is better than open one
      • User experience (people like simple and neat things)
      • People buy simple and neat apps
      • I don’t have an iPhone... yet
    • Trends
      • Utilize the power of interconnected modern mobile devices
      • Everything social
      • Cloud and content services
      • HMTL5
      • Voice recognition
      • Mobile payments (NFC)
      • Augmented reality
    • Thank you!
      • Kristaps Skutelis (@krizdabz)
      • krizdabz.lv
      • androids.lv
      • WindowsPhone.lv