WHY ANDROID WAS CREATED ?Full phone software stack includingapplications Designed as a platform for softwaredevelopment Android is open Android is free Community support 100% Java Phone
2G “second - generation”wireless telephone technology. Based onthe “GSM” standard in FINLANDby RADIOLINJA.Benefits over their predecessers are, Phone conversations were digitallyencryptedEffective than spectrum and allowsdistant communication.
3G “THIRD GENERATION” ALSOCALLED “TRI-BAND3D”.Used for international mobile telecommunicationFinds application in wireless telephony,Mobile internet access, fixed wireless internetaccess, video calls and mobile TV.Provides ,greater security than 2GApplications are,telemedicine.Global Positioning System(GPS).
ANDROID FEATURESIntegrated browser based on the openSource web kit engineSQLITE for relational data storageMedia support for common audio, video, and stillimage formats(MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, GIF)DALVIK virtual machine optimized for mobiledevices
ANDROID FEATURES (contd..)Hardware featuresCellular networking : GSM, EDGE, 3G(hardware dependent)LAN : Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi (hardware dependent)Graphics Hardware AccelerationCamera, GPS and Compass (hardware dependent)Touch screen and accelerometer for motion sensing
The mobile Os’s for Smart Phones, PDAs , Notebooks in 2011
MERITS It provides web browser. It supports MP4,3GB,MPEG4,etc. It can work at all software’s.It is very smooth and easy to operate
DEMERITS However ,GOOGLE android islikely to experience some problems aswell, these problems might include, When android identities are notsecured theft and hacks are possible Lack of handrails allows foruntraceable spyware to work behindthe scenes.
CONCLUSION Android is open to all: industry, developers and users Participating in many of the successful open source projects Aims to be as easy to build for as theWeb. GOOGLE ANDROID is stepping into the next level of mobile internet
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