OS & UPCOMING MOBILE
TECHNOLOGIES
WHAT IS MOBILE OS
A mobile operating system, also referred to as mobile OS
 It‟s is the operating system that operates a ...
PRESENT AVAILABLE OS IN MARKET
BlackBerry OS from RIM
 Android from Google
 iOS from Apple
 Symbian OS from Nokia and A...
UPCOMING MOBILE OS
Ubuntu
 Tizen
 Firefox OS
 Jolla Sailfish
 Aliyun
 Open WebOS

UBUNTU FEATURES
a completely new mobile OS with button-less, gesturebased user interface
 Swipe the screen from the edge ...
TIZEN
Tizen is a free and open source Mobile Operating
system based on Linux.
 There are rumours that Samsung is planning...
FIREFOX OS
The platform is built on Mozilla‟s “Boot to Gecko
project” is a true open source Mobile OS
 The platform is op...
ALIYUN
Aliyun is a Linux based Mobile OS developed by
AliCloud.
 It has a great potential to replace Android in China
atl...
JOLLA OS
Jolla OS is a Linux-based mobile operating
system developed by Jolla
 Jolla OS has a proprietary user interface ...
OPEN WEBOS
Open WebOS is a mobile operating system based
on a Linux kernel, it was open sourced recently by
HP
 Developer...
UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES
flexible screens
 Cloud storage
 Near Field Communications (NFC)
 Infra red Keyboard
 Sixth Sens...
FLEXIBLE SCREENS
Bendy phones sound like science fiction – but the
far-out gadgets could be on sale in just a few
months‟ ...
CLOUD STORAGE
In this coming future Smartphone is becoming
smarter and the storage capacity of these devices
being increas...
NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATIONS (NFC)
NFC technology allows commercial transactions to
be done wirelessly through mobile devices...
HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY AND INFRA RED
KEYBOARD
Infrared keyboards should help smartphone users
type and interact with much lar...
SIXTH SENSE
The ability to use gestures to manipulate all sorts of
daily activities, read information from the internet,
a...
BLUETOOTH 4
The headline feature of the latest Bluetooth 4
release is low energy (LE) operation, which allows
a mobile han...
LTE(LONG-TERM EVOLUTION)
LTE is a next-generation cellular wireless
technology that pushes peak theoretical speeds to
hund...
WIRELESS CHARGING OR INDUCTIVE
CHARGING
Inductive charging uses an electromagnetic field to
transfer energy between two ob...
PROS & CONS OF WIRELESS CHARGING
pros
Lower risk of electrical shock
 Convenience
Cons
 More costly
 Slower charging
 ...
GORILLA GLASS 3
It isNative Damage Resistance
 Its 20% more powerful than gorilla glass 2
 In Gorilla Glass 3, the scien...
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Brijesh
Irvanpreet
Jaspreet
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  1. 1. OS & UPCOMING MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES
  2. 2. WHAT IS MOBILE OS A mobile operating system, also referred to as mobile OS  It‟s is the operating system that operates a Smartphone  Modern mobile operating systems combine the features of a personal computer operating system with touch screen, cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, ,voice recorder ,music player, Near field communication etc 
  3. 3. PRESENT AVAILABLE OS IN MARKET BlackBerry OS from RIM  Android from Google  iOS from Apple  Symbian OS from Nokia and Accenture  Windows Phone from Microsoft 
  4. 4. UPCOMING MOBILE OS Ubuntu  Tizen  Firefox OS  Jolla Sailfish  Aliyun  Open WebOS 
  5. 5. UBUNTU FEATURES a completely new mobile OS with button-less, gesturebased user interface  Swipe the screen from the edge and the UI effortlessly shows up app controls, notifications and lets users switch between apps. This is also known as Edge Magic.  Ubuntu being run perfectly on Samsung Galaxy Nexus 
  6. 6. TIZEN Tizen is a free and open source Mobile Operating system based on Linux.  There are rumours that Samsung is planning a version of Galaxy S3 phone based on Tizen instead of Android.  Tizen's software framework for developers is based on web standards such as HTML5 and web 
  7. 7. FIREFOX OS The platform is built on Mozilla‟s “Boot to Gecko project” is a true open source Mobile OS  The platform is optimized for entry-level smartphones and does not include any unnecessary middle-ware layers  Device manufacturers like TCL Communication Technology and ZTE have also announced their intentions to manufacture devices featuring the new Firefox OS, using Snapdragon™ processors from Qualcomm. 
  8. 8. ALIYUN Aliyun is a Linux based Mobile OS developed by AliCloud.  It has a great potential to replace Android in China atleast, as it provides better services in terms of maps, gmail and searches in China as compared to Google and would be a good alternative to costly iOS based devices. 
  9. 9. JOLLA OS Jolla OS is a Linux-based mobile operating system developed by Jolla  Jolla OS has a proprietary user interface developed by Jolla that will set it apart from the other available mobile OS  and it has the capability to run android apps  Jolla has plans to come out with smart-phones based on Jolla OS by the end of this year or early next year. 
  10. 10. OPEN WEBOS Open WebOS is a mobile operating system based on a Linux kernel, it was open sourced recently by HP  Developers still believed that WebOS handles multi-tasking significantly better than any other embedded OS  No products planned with the Open webOS but we might see devices running on Open webOS in time to come. 
  11. 11. UPCOMING TECHNOLOGIES flexible screens  Cloud storage  Near Field Communications (NFC)  Infra red Keyboard  Sixth Sense  Bluetooth 4.0  Gorilla glass 3  Wireless charging or Inductive charging 
  12. 12. FLEXIBLE SCREENS Bendy phones sound like science fiction – but the far-out gadgets could be on sale in just a few months‟ time. Both Samsung and Nokia are working on the technology  Yi said that the first devices to ship with flexible screens would be phones. Other possible applications include „foldable‟ iPad-style tablets 
  13. 13. CLOUD STORAGE In this coming future Smartphone is becoming smarter and the storage capacity of these devices being increasing to store more data  Today 64 GB capacity mobile are not enough for our daily use to fulfill this requirement  mobile companies are working on the use of “Cloud computing” technology in mobile.  Microsoft Office Web Apps is embedded in Live and hotmail is just good enough for online typing. 
  14. 14. NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATIONS (NFC) NFC technology allows commercial transactions to be done wirelessly through mobile devices, without the need for data cards  The phone can be paired (read placed close to each other) or tap products, in order to transfer files  Near Field Communications has been implemented in a number of Google's Android based smartphones 
  15. 15. HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY AND INFRA RED KEYBOARD Infrared keyboards should help smartphone users type and interact with much larger and friendly keyboard.  With this technology the phone projects a virtual keyboard on a surface before the user who then enters data as if he were using a laptop keyboard. 
  16. 16. SIXTH SENSE The ability to use gestures to manipulate all sorts of daily activities, read information from the internet, and even project information on the wall, can be mind boggling.  Imagine using your hands to read bar codes or even take pictures anywhere in the street or house 
  17. 17. BLUETOOTH 4 The headline feature of the latest Bluetooth 4 release is low energy (LE) operation, which allows a mobile handset to talk to a wide range of lowpower peripherals and sensors  It will enable new mobile accessories and business models, many of which will use the mobile device as a channel to communicate with cloud services 
  18. 18. LTE(LONG-TERM EVOLUTION) LTE is a next-generation cellular wireless technology that pushes peak theoretical speeds to hundreds of megabits per second and reduces latency  LTE will be adopted by code division multiple access (CDMA) and Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network operators. 
  19. 19. WIRELESS CHARGING OR INDUCTIVE CHARGING Inductive charging uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy between two objects  Energy is sent through an inductive coupling to an electrical device, which can then use that energy to charge batteries or run the device.  Companies are also working on wireless charging technology which is today only available in Nokia Lumia 920 
  20. 20. PROS & CONS OF WIRELESS CHARGING pros Lower risk of electrical shock  Convenience Cons  More costly  Slower charging  Lower efficiency, waste heat 
  21. 21. GORILLA GLASS 3 It isNative Damage Resistance  Its 20% more powerful than gorilla glass 2  In Gorilla Glass 3, the scientists went to the atomic structure of the glass to fundamentally improve the way the glass responds to an impact or scratch. 
  22. 22. Made by-: Anuj Brijesh Irvanpreet Jaspreet

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