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Smartphones

  1. 1. SmartphonesBy Jordan Primus
  2. 2. The first smartphone, The Simon
  3. 3. The Current smartphone
  4. 4. What is a smartphone A smartphone runs off of an operating system, they can make calls, text, send and receive e-mails, capable of web access, and capable of getting apps to do certain things that are helpful to you.
  5. 5. What is not a smartphone Any phone that is not run by certain operating systems, does not have web access to get apps, or does not have e-mail is not a smartphone.
  6. 6. Blackberry
  7. 7. iPhone
  8. 8. Android
  9. 9. Operating systems Symbian is a mobile operating system designed for smartphones originally developed by Psion and later passed to and managed by Symbian Ltd. In 1999, RIM released its first BlackBerry devices, making secure real-time push-email communications possible on wireless devices Android is an open-source platform founded in October 2003 by Andy Rubin and backed by Google, along with major hardware and software developers (such as Intel, HTC, ARM, Motorola and Samsung, to name a few), that form the Open Handset Alliance. IOS for apple iphones. On February 15, 2010, Microsoft unveiled its next-generation mobile OS, Windows Phone 7. The Bada operating system for smartphones was announced by Samsung on 10 November 2009.
  10. 10. Apps Your phone is as good as the apps you have on it. Prior to the iPhone, only tech-savvy people installed third-party mobile. The iPhone comes with the App Store, Android has Android Market, Windows Phones offer apps via the new Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Symbian OS touts the Ovi Store, Palm Pre and Pixi have the App Catalog, and RIM’s devices run the BlackBerry App World. The App Store leads with nearly 100,000 apps, followed by Android (10,000+ apps) and the Ovi Store (2,000+ apps).
  11. 11. Web access Most smartphones have 3G, or third generation, capabilities. This means they can work with 3G cellular telephone networks that have broadband-quality connections. Download speeds up to 1.4 megabytes per second are available. We are even seeing 4G connectivity these days, which is even faster. Wi-Fi, also called 802.11, lets users access the Internet wirelessly at home, in coffee shops and at many other places.
  12. 12. Future of smartphones In the future, I think smartphones will just blowup. They will just keep getting better and better and more and more advanced. There will be new features that are unheard of today.

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