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This is another diagram from our enterprise mobile apps report, produced by Ark Group. Smartphones and tablets offer opportunities for designing innovative solutions that go far beyond simply creating a form fitted version of a desktop app. To do this you need to combine an understanding of situated use with knowledge of what a mobile device is capable of doing. To order your copy, goto http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/report-mobileapps.htm

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Mobile device attributes

  1. 1. Mobile device attributesUser interfaces Hardware Connectivity Sensors Operating Touchscreen Telephony Wifi Barometer GPS & compass system Keyboard Chipset Mobile data Bluetooth Proximity sensor Accelerometer Memory & Device Near fieldPredictive text Infrared Three-axis gyro storage connectors communication Stylus Power & battery Rich media & graphics Graphics Rich media Rich media TV & radio acceleration playback recording Voice Ruggedness Front & back Ambient light 3D Biometric -- cameras sensor Gesture ----- ---- --- security ----- -- - - ----- 3rd party Companion Weight accessories devices Screen orientation Primarily portrait Portrait or landscape Portrait or landscape Example screen iPhone 4S Samsung Galaxy Note BlackBerry Playbook dimensions ‣ 3.5 inch (diagonal) ‣ 5.3 inch (diagonal) ‣ 7 inch (diagonal) ‣ 960x640 pixel ‣ 1280x800 pixel ‣ 1024x600 pixel resolution resolution resolution James Dellow, Headshift Asia Pacific May 2012
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This is another diagram from our enterprise mobile apps report, produced by Ark Group. Smartphones and tablets offer opportunities for designing innovative solutions that go far beyond simply creating a form fitted version of a desktop app. To do this you need to combine an understanding of situated use with knowledge of what a mobile device is capable of doing. To order your copy, goto http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/report-mobileapps.htm

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