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  2. 2. CONTENTS Introduction Definition History What makes smartphone smart. Why better then cellphones Best 10 in India Purposes Future of smartphones Drawbacks Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION:  A Smartphone is a high-end mobile phone that offers more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a contemporary feature phone(i.e. a modern low-end phone).  Combines the functions of a personal digital assistant (PDA) and a mobile phone.  Also serve as portable media players and camera phones with high- resolution touchscreen, GPS navigation, W i-Fi and mobile broadband access.
  4. 4. DEFINITION: “Smart phone is the integration of the telephone system with the processing power of a computer system, to be able to run various applications that optimise communication within the home or office.”
  5. 5. FIRST AMONG US:  first smart phone: IBM SIMON  Designed in :1992  launched in: 1993  contained a calendar, address book, world clock, calculator, note pad, e-mail client, the ability to send and receive faxes, and games  no physical buttons, instead customers used a touchscreen
  7. 7. FEATURES: Operating system: -Apple iphone: ios -Blackberry: RIM -Other devices: Android, webOS,Symbian,Linux etc. Apps: - create/edit office documents - download various applications like bussiness or finance manager. - get directions through GPS. - edit photos. - create playlist etc. Web access: - faster - compatible with new 3G,4G Connections. - Wi-Fi supportable.
  8. 8. FEATURESCNTND: Qwerty keyboard: - serves purpose as of computer keyboard - may be physical or touchscreen - not in alphabetical order Larger screen size and resolution: - makes visibility clear - easier to perform tasks Processor device and speed: - fast speed processor - processor depends on the purpose we want to serve Memory: - large amount of memory - comes with installed or installable memory Messaging: - handles text, multimedia messages. - email - instant messaging services(yahoo messenger, e-buddy etc)
  9. 9. COMPARISONS:Features Cell phones Smart phones1) Operating system No Yes2) Handle office No Yesdocuments3) Handling emails Upto a certain level Yes4) Processor speed Low High5) Internet Low speed High speed6) Qwerty keyboard Not necessary Basic requirement7) Memory (inbuilt) Smaller Larger
  10. 10. BEST 10 IN INDIA…
  11. 11. Price Os Process- Camera Screen Resolut- or Size ion1)Motorola 10,999 Android 2.1 600 MHz 5 MP 3.2 inch 320X480QuenchXT52)Motorola 13.999 Android 2.1 800 MHz 5 MP 3.7 inch 480X854Defy3) Samsung 15.699 Bada OS 1GHz 5 3.7 480X800Wave II 1.24)Black 21,700 Black berry 624 MHz 5 2.44 480X360Berry Bold3 OS 65)Dell Venue 23,999 Wind phon 1 GHz 5 4.1 480X800Pro 7
  12. 12. Price Os Process- Camera Screen Resolut- or Size ion6) HTC Android 2.3 1GHz 5 MP 3.7 inch 480X500Desire S 22,1457)Sony Android 2.3 1GHz 8 MP 4.2 inch 480X854Ericsson 27,999Xperia Arc8)HTC 24,279 Android 2.3 1GHz 8 4.0 480X800Incredible S9)Sony 28,849 Android 2.3 1GHz 5 4.0 480X854EricssonXperia Play10)Nokia E6 15,959 Symbian 680 MHz 8 2.46 640X480 Anna
  13. 13. PURPOSES:  Email  Internet  GPS  Programs  Combines PDA and mobile phone features  Have tri or quad GSM modules for world wide use  Serves as portable media device  Strong support from other s/w developers especially games and entertainment developers  Capable of push e-mail
  14. 14. ADDITIONAL PURPOSES:  Data transfer to and from other devices via USB cable or bluetooth adapters.  May have two or more cameras.  Can take videos and pictures in many formats
  16. 16.  Google Wallet Mobile Banking Medical Devices  Blood pressure monitors  Glucose meters  Eye assessment tool  Used for ultrasound monitoring  Digital stethoscope
  17. 17. DRAWBACKS: Bulky in size Screen size smaller than Pocket PC Price
  18. 18. CONCLUSIONIts been three years since Apple brought the smartphone to amass consumer market, but smartphones have actually beenaround in one form or another since 1993. The differencebetween then and now is that early smartphones wereprimarily used as enterprise devices and were prohibitivelyexpensive for most consumers. But with the enormoussuccess of the iPhone, carriers have discovered that they canlock in customers for long periods of time by heavilysubsidizing their purchases of the latest and hottestsmartphones. In this slideshow we have tracked the evolutionof the smartphone, from its humble beginnings as a clunkymonochrome device to todays sleek multimedia devicescapable of supporting HD video.
  19. 19. REFERENCES ef_history_of_smartphones.html dware_Software/2008/smartphone_cellphon e_pda.asp