The Amazing Smartphone
From the last 3 decades, we have seen remarkable and rapid progress in the wireless networks and the world of smartphones. If we take a look from 1980s – 1990s, the mobile phones were heavy and merely used for voice communications. But now the tables have turned, cell phones are now nearly weightless and are in multi-purpose use.
Smartphones combine the versatility of cell phones, gaming consoles, PDAs, and personal computers into one handheld device. Whether one needs it for personal use or for business use, a smartphone can easily customize itself to meet the needs.
Let us sum up the benefits from the mobile products and services in the world
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- Firstly technology is one of the important factors that have increased smartphone penetration in market. Wireless technology has boost the economy by introducing 3G and 4G networks, 98% of the U.S. population has access to 3G technology. Pakistan’s mobile industry will face a dynamic change exactly after the 3G starts working.
- The second essential factor is the hardware that enhances the features of a smartphone. It is hard to deny the importance of hardware in making a cell phone unique. Initially the PCs of 1980s only featured 4-colors, which were just 320*200 pixels, but now Smartphone features 16 million colors and 1136*460 pixels. The cell phones of today also have huge storage capacities; it can be enhanced up to 64GB.
- Thirdly, the development of mobile app technology has grown, evolved and emerged as a global phenomenon. Now apps have become predominant and outlined themselves as a part and parcel of the life of a smart phone user. These days there is an app for just about everything. There are more than 2.7 million apps available on different OS. The “app economy” has also emerged rapidly, it has approx. 519,000 employees and this number is said to rise steeply over the following couple of years.
- Smartphones are high-end mobile phones that typically run operating systems similar to a minicomputer. Over 1 billion people use Smartphones worldwide. It offers a complete Internet experience.
- The wireless data traffic is growing day by day; Americans have used more than 1.1 trillion megabytes (MB) of data from July 2011-2012.
- Last but now the least; According to politic365, wireless technology of smartphones can easily support to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. For every 5,000 cell phones recycled, 11,000 kilowatt hours of energy are saved. Wireless soil moisture monitors could save up to 6 trillion gallons of water per year.
All these facts remind us the economic, environmental, and social benefits of a smartphone. Whether it’s reaching out and connecting with the world through social media experiences, solving problems to make life less complicated or acquiring goals to gain productivity, you can always have a smartphone to work smart for you.