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Smartphone Behavior On A Featurephone Budget

by Mobile Web enthusiast and Intel product manager at Learn the Mobile Web on Jun 03, 2009

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JavaOne 2009 BoF Presentation ...

JavaOne 2009 BoF Presentation

Mobile application features typical in smartphones can also be implemented on mass-market featurephones using Java ME and Web 2.0 back-end services. In this presentation, we explore the multimodality and rich user interface of a search-driven portal application written in Java ME and broadly ported to mass-market featurephones. Multimodality enables the user to search, browse and discover using familiar activities on a mobile device - saying a phrase, entering text and snapping a photo.

Snippets of Java ME code used to implement voice recording, image capture, location awareness and advanced mapping are presented and analyzed.

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