Uses of Mobile Operating System
Various used Operating System
Market Share of Mobile OS
WINDOWS PHONE OS
MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM
A mobile operating system, is also
referred to as mobile OS,it is the
Operating System that operates a
smartphone, tablet, PDA, or other
digital mobile device.
USES OF A OPERATING
SYSTEM IN MOBILE
Modern mobile operating systems combine
the features of a personal computer
operating system with other features,
including a touchscreen, cellular, Bluetooth,
WiFi, GPS mobile navigation, camera, video
camera, speech recognition, voice recorder,
music player, Near field communication and
Infrared Blaster. It uses processors like
snapdragon, Qualcom , SRS processors etc. 4
VARIOUS USED OPERATING
√Andriod for Google.
√RIM Blackberry from BLACKBERRY.
√iOS from iPHONE.
√Windows Phone from MICROSOFT.
√BADA from SAMSUNG.
√Asha from NOKIA.
√Symbian OS from Symbian Foundation.
ANDROID OPERATING SYSTEM
Android is a Linux-based operating system
designed primarily for touchscreen mobile
devices such as smartphones and tablet
computers. Initially developed by Android,
Inc., which Google backed financially and
later bought in 2005, Android was unveiled
in 2007 along with the founding of the
RIM BLACKBERRY FROM
BlackBerry Limited, formerly known as Research In Motion
Limited (RIM) is a Canadian telecommunication and
wireless equipment company best known as the
developer of the BlackBerry brand of smartphones and
Various Version of Blackberry OS used:-
BlackBerry OS (Java)
The existing Java-based BlackBerry OS was intended to
operate under much different, simpler conditions such as
low powered devices, narrow network bandwidth and
high security enterprises.
BlackBerry 10, a substantially updated
version of BlackBerry Tablet OS intended for
the next generation BlackBerry smartphones
It reached the market in early 2013
IOS FROM IPHONE
iOS (previously iPhone OS) is a mobile operating
system developed and distributed by Apple Inc.
Originally unveiled in 2007 for the iPhone.As the
Microsoft's Windows Phone and Google's
Android, Apple does not license iOS for installation
on non-Apple hardware. A Q3 2013 study found
that mobile developers use iOS as a primary
platform more than Android (59% vs. 49%), despite
Android being a more popular platform overall11
VERSIONS OF IOS FROM APPLE
Relased its first Phone
in market it has
relased the folloing
updates iOS 1,iOS
2,iOS 3, iOS 4, iOS 5,
iOS 6, and iOS 7. 12
ASHA FROM NOKIA
The Asha platform is a mobile operating system
(OS) and computing platform designed for low-
end borderline smartphones, based on software
for Smarterphone which was acquired by Nokia.
The platform inherits UI similarities from Symbian,
Maemo and MeeGo, and replaces Series 40 on
Nokia's low-end devices.
BADA FROM SAMSUNG
Bada (stylized as bada; Korean: 바다) is an
operating system for mobile devices such as
smartphones and tablet computers. It is developed
by Samsung Electronics. Its name is derived from
"바다 (bada)", meaning "ocean" or "sea" in Korean.
It ranges from mid- to high-end smartphones.
SYMBAIN OS FROM SYMBIAN
Symbian was a mobile operating system (OS)
and computing platform designed for
smartphones and currently maintained by
Accenture. Symbian was originally developed
by Symbian Ltd The current form of Symbian is
an open-source platform developed by
Symbian Foundation in 2009, as the successor
of the original Symbian OS. Symbian was used
by many major mobile phone brands, like
Samsung, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, and above
all by Nokia.
WINDOWS PHONE OS FROM
Windows Phone (abbreviated as WP) is
a series of proprietary mobile operating
systems developed by Microsoft. It is the
successor to Windows Mobile, although it
is incompatible with the earlier platform.
Unlike its predecessor, it is primarily aimed
at the consumer market rather than the
enterprise market.It was first launched in
The Mobile device plays an
tremendous role in today’s life
,meanwhile this field is still rapidly
developing day by day due to huge
competition we are getting unique
features after each update from of
any of this OS.