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  1. 1. Android & Android Phones
  2. 2. What is Android?Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. It is developed by the Open HandsetAlliance, led by Google.Google financially backed the initial developer of the software, Android Inc., andlater purchased it in 2005. The unveiling of the Android distribution in 2007 wasannounced with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of86 hardware, software, and telecommunication companies devoted toadvancing open standards for mobile devices. Google releases the Androidcode as open-source, under the Apache License. The Android Open SourceProject (AOSP) is tasked with the maintenance and further development ofAndroid.
  3. 3. Android has a large community of developers writing applications ("apps") thatextend the functionality of the devices. Developers write primarily in acustomized version of Java. Apps can be downloaded from third-party sites orthrough online stores such as Google Play (formerly Android Market), the appstore run by Google. In June 2012, there were more than 600,000 appsavailable for Android, and the estimated number of applications downloadedfrom Google Play was 20 billion.Android became the world’s leading Smartphone platform at the end of2010. For the first quarter of 2012, Android had a 59% Smartphone marketshare worldwide. At the half of 2012, there were 400 million devices activatedand 1 million activations per day. Analysts point to the advantage to Android ofbeing a multi-channel, multi-carrier OS.
  4. 4. What is an Android™ Phone?An Android™ phone, sometimes called a Droid™ phone, is a mobile telephonethat uses the Google-developed Android™ operating system. This operatingsystem has become a popular option in recent years for so-called "smartphones," because developers and manufacturers may freely customize it totheir specific needs. This customization means that different Android™ phonescan have widely varying user interfaces. Most smart phones — including thoseusing competing operating systems — offer similar overall capabilities,however, including Internet browsing, personal information management, videostreaming, and access to a large repository of freeware and pay wareapplications.
  5. 5. On the technical side, an Android™ phone runs the Android™ operating system, key applications, and middleware. It is Linux® kernel-based, and is written in the C language. Android™ runs applications that are writtenTechnical primarily in the Java® language.specs and OS revolutionary Android™ phones are considered in some circles because of the open source structure of theof Android™ basic firmware. All developers, whether professional or hobbyists, are encouraged toPhones write programs and applications for the operating system, and contribute to the evolving Android™ project by submitting them to Googles Play Store™, a closed source application for Android™ phones. Users may then choose to download and use the applications on their phones by accessing the application library via their handsets.
  6. 6. An Android™ phone can run multipleapplications at the same time in thebackground, making multitasking easier.This makes the functionality of the phonemore fluid than some competing platforms,although the extent of this capabilitydepends on the hardware of the individualphone. Some handsets use multicourse Multitaskingprocessors, which are more useful for"power users" who need their phones to runmultiple simultaneous operations.
  7. 7. Advantages
  8. 8. Phone options are diverse Talk Android phone, it will feel ‘different’ than the IOS, if the IOS is limited to the iPhone from Apple, then Android is available on mobile phones from various manufacturers, from Sony Ericsson, Motorola, HTC to Samsung. And each handset manufacturer also presents an Android phone in the style of each, such as Motorola with its Motoblur, Sony Ericsson with its Timescape. So You can freely choose the Android phone in accordance with the ‘brand’ favorite.
  9. 9. Ease of Notification Any SMS, Email, or even the latest articles from an RSS Reader, there will always be a notification on the Home Screen Android phone, do not miss the LED indicator is blinking, so you will not miss a single SMS, Email or even Miscalls.
  10. 10. Google Maniac If you are a loyal user of Google services ranging from Gmail to Google Reader Android phone has integrated with Google services, so you can quickly check e-mail from Gmail.
  11. 11. Can install a modified ROM Not satisfied with the standard view of Android, do not worry there are many custom ROM that can be used in your mobile phones Android.
  12. 12. Disadvantages
  13. 13. Continuous Internet connection Yup, most Android phones require a simultaneous Internet connection alias continuously active. that means must be prepared to subscribe again GPRS packet that suits your needs.
  14. 14. Advertising Application in the Android phones can indeed be obtained easily and for free, but the consequences in each of these applications, will always be ads on display, either the top or bottom of the application
  15. 15. Chaos Ecological System Due to the fact that the Android OS is an "open source" it makes the OS to be vurable to hacking and if the system is hack it would lead to serious security measures of locking the devices, which would be a sham. Google Android OS is more than likely to experience issues. This might include "Rejection of Google Android" by those in which "charge for some web based applications" which in controversy, Android allow handset holders access to for free
  16. 16. Android= Robotic Ai Since it is AI it may turn against you for the cause of bad or wrong in your own perspectives. Disadvantages about work statistics are depending on its features. If it is a robot with lethal weapons, it could prove useful if you program it for your own use. An Android is simply not made yet for extensive uses.
  17. 17. Manufacturers are constantly poppingout new Android phones, and it can allbe a bit overwhelming when it comestime to buy a new phone. Heres how toavoid getting overwhelmed and narrowdown your buying decisions.
  18. 18. The sheer number of Android phonesdropping at any given time is both ablessing and a curse. On one hand, youhave a large number of phones to choosefrom; on the other, its easy to getoverwhelmed. The hype machine makes itespecially difficult, since everyone alwaysseems to be touting one phone as "thebest Android on the market". The fact ofthe matter, however, is that it isnt aboutgetting the newest and best phone. Itsabout finding the best phone for you.Furthermore, manufacturers try to marketlong and powerful spec lists as the idealphone, which isnt true either. Here are thethings you actually want to look at whenbuying a new phone.