Types of Smart Phones

Earlier phones were just used to make calls, but today phones come with advanced technology and enhanced features. These smart phones are capable of so much more than just making calls. With this advanced technology, awesome features and specifications it easy to access the net, send emails, download books, songs, games, watch videos and movies, share photos, stay connected via social networking sites, create and share presentations, video conference and much more.

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When it comes to phone, each and every person has a different requirement. Several people make use of it for office work, or just for entertainment & games Mi 11X. BlackBerry smart phones are more enterprise based & mostly preferred by professionals, while Samsung, Motorola & iPhone are inclined towards the latest multimedia utilities & games.

Know more about Smartphones

The first thing you notice when you come across the smart phone is the range of types of Smartphones available. Smart phone come with touch screen or a QWERTY keypad, web browser, front and rear camera, MP3 player, Bluetooth, USB, in-built and downloadable apps and much more.

Today we have Touch Screen, Touch and Type, QWERTY, and many more types of smart phones differentiated on the basis of OS, Screens, internet connectivity, etc.

OS
The most popular smart phones today come with iPhone OS and Android OS. Creating strong competition for each other Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android are well-know world wide and most-in-demand Smartphones. Not further behind is RIM’s BlackBerry, Nokia’s Symbian, HP (Palm) Web OS and Windows OS. Today, the latest in android is 4.0 also called Ice Cream Sandwich, iOS 5 for Apple, BlackBerry 7 OS from RIM, Nokia’s Symbian Belle (10.1) which is renamed to Nokia Belle, the latest Windows 7 by Microsoft and WebOS 3.0 from HP.

Screens
The latest OLED, AMOLED, Super AMOLED, Haptic / Tactile, Gorilla Glass and Resistive or Capacitive touch screens respond to slightest touch of your finger or a stylus, finger. These displays usually let you to zoom in and out with a swipe, pinch of your finger, double-tap of the screen and navigate with just the touch of your finger or a stylus. Also there are ‘touch and type’ phones.

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