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  • 1. SMART PH NE
    Delivered By,
    K.SUBBIAH @ SURESH,
    M.C.A Final Year,
    M.S University.
  • 2. Outline
    • Smart Phone Origin
    • 3. The Evolution of Smart Phone
    • 4. Android OS integrated Smart Phones
    • 5. Latest Smart Phone Snap Shots
    • 6. Pros @ Corns of Smart Phones
    • 7. Future Smart Phones
    • 8. Summary
    • 9. References
  • What’s the Smart Phone?
    In an increasingly mobile world, the smart phone has become a lifestyle changing device.
    • The smart phone is the first device to provide instant access to the internet and online information resources wherever consumers go. Time-starved consumers say that smart phones improve their quality of life by allowing them to multitask on-the-move.
    • 10. The Smartphone with Android OS supports almost every media formats including BMO, GIF, PNG, JPEG, WAV, Mp3, Mp4, MPEG-4 SP, etc.
  • What’s the Origin of Smart Phone?
    • A smart phone will be based on a particular operatingsystem that allows it to run productivity applications.
    • 11. As compared to other cell phones Smart phones rely more heavily on Software.
    • 12. Most of the Smart phones are primarily concerned with the speed of Web Access.
    • 13. Smart phones consist of a QWERTY Keyboard.
    • 14. All cell phones can send and receive text messages.
  • Evolution of Smart Phone?
    • IBM Simon (introduced 1992) in charging station
    • 15. The first smart phone was the IBM Simon; it was designed in 1992 and the computer industry trade show held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    • 16. It was released to the public in 1993 and sold by BellSouth. Besides being a mobile phone, it also contained a calendar, address book, world clock, calculator, note pad, e-mail client, the ability to send and receive faxes and games. It had no physical buttons, instead customers used atouchscreento select telephone numbers with a finger
  • Evolution of Smart Phone?
    • In 1998, it was followed by Nokia 9110, and in 2000 by Nokia 9110i , with improved web browsing capability.
    • 17. In 2000, the touch screen Ericsson R380 Smartphone was released.
    • 18. It was the first device to use an open operating system, the Symbian OS.
    • 19. It was the first device marketed as a 'smart phone'.
    • 20. It combined the functions of a mobile phone and a personal digital assistant (PDA).
  • Evolution of Smart Phone?
    • Also in 2000, the Nokia 9210 communicator was introduced, which was the first color screen model from the above Nokia Communicator line. It was a true smart phone with an open operating system, the Symbian OS.
    • 21. It was followed by the 9500 Communicator, which also was Nokia's first camera phone and first Wi-Fi phone
  • Evolution of Smart Phone?
    • In 2007 Nokia launched the Nokia N95 which integrated a wide range of multimedia features into a consumer-oriented smartphone: GPS, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity.
    • 22. In 2007, Apple Inc introduced its first iPhone. It was initially costly, priced at $499 .
    • 23. It was one of the first mobile phones to be mainly controlled through a touch screen.
    • 24. It was the first mobile phone to use a multi-touch interface, and it featured a web browser that “far superior” than others.
  • Evolution of Smart Phone?
    • The Android operating system for smart phones was released in 2008. Android is an open-source platform backed by Google, along with major hardware and software developers
    • 25. Smartphone sales increased in 2010 by 72.1 percent from the prior year, whereas sales for all mobile phones only increased by 31.8 percent.
    • 26. In the fourth quarter of 2010, Android surpassed Symbian as the most common operating system in smart phones, with 32.9 million units sold versus 31.0 million
    • 27. In Q1 2011 Google Android market share was 35 percent and increased significantly from 10 percent last year, while Nokia Symbian dropped to 26 percent from 46 percent last year.
  • 28. .
    Android is a software stack used for mobile devices and that includes a middleware, operating system and key applications. It is a Google Inc. product and was first released in 2008.
  • 29. .
    Why is Android Honeycomb the Choice of Next Generation?
  • 30. .
    The platform is adaptable to a larger layout with 2D and graphics library
  • 31. .
    SQLite, a lightweight relational database, is used for data storage purposes
  • 32. .
    Supports advanced connectivity technologies such as WiMax, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and many more
  • 33. Messaging such as SMS, MMS and now latest Device Messaging Framework are a part of Android Push Messaging service
  • 34. Multiple language support
    .
  • 35. .
    Android’s web browser is based on the open-source Web Kit layout engine, coupled with Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine
  • 36. .
    Android’s web browser is based on the open-source Web Kit layout engine, coupled with Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine
    Android supports an array of media formats such as MP4, MP3, BMP, WAV,JPEG, PNG and etc.,
  • 37. .
    It has native support for multi-touch screen
  • 38. Android supports Bluetooth feature
  • 39. Android supports Bluetooth feature
    Video Calling is made feasible with the latest Android versions
  • 40. Multitasking of applications is also available with voice based features
    Android supports Bluetooth feature
    Video Calling is made feasible with the latest Android versions
  • 41. Multitasking of applications is also available with voice based features
    Android Honeycomb provides an interactive user interface, greater connectivity, media support, advanced messaging feature, multi-touch screen, video calling option and Bluetooth.
    Android supports Bluetooth feature
    Video Calling is made feasible with the latest Android versions
  • 42. Smart Phone Security
    .
    • Mobile Phone Malware
    • 43. Cross-Service Attacks
    • 44. Security Analysis of Smart Phone Applications
  • 5 ways smart phones challenge mobile internet security
    .
    • Accidental transfer of information
    • 45. Rogue Apps
    • 46. Escaping the firewall
    • 47. DDOS
    • 48. Gaps in data loss prevention tools
  • Smart phone Pros @ Corns
    PROS
    CORNS
    .
  • 56. Latest Smart phone snap shots
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    Simply beautiful
  • 57. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    The simplicity of a swipe
  • 58. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    One home. Three simple views.
  • 59. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    Free maps and navigation
  • 60. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    Next-generation browser
    Fast, effortless browsing
  • 61. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    8 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics
  • 62. Latest Smart phone snap shots
    .
    The best apps and games
  • 63. Latest Smart phone Nokia N9 Cyan
    .
    Available Colors
    • Model: Nokia N9 Cyan
    Dimensions
    Size: 116.45 x 61.2 x 7.6-12.1 mm
    Weight (with battery): 135 g
    Volume: 76 cc
    Memory
    Internal memory: 16 GB or 64 GB
    Use as USB mass memory device for storing photos, documents and more
    Battery Performance
    Talk-time (maximum):
    • GSM 11 hours
    • 64. WCDMA (3G) 7 hours
    Standby time
    • GSM 450 hours
    • 65. WCDMA (3G) 380 hours
    Video playback time (720P) 4.5 hours
    Music playback 50 hours
  • 66. Multi Screen Smart phones in Future
  • 67. Multi Screen Smart phones in Future
  • 68. Multi Screen Smart phones in Future
  • 69. Summary
  • 70. References:-
    • WWW.Google.co.uk
    • 71. WWW.SlideShare.com
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