Smartphones . Making people sucessful in a changing world

The term ‘smartphone’ refers to a multi-functional mobile phone handset that pack in everything from a camera and web browser to a high-density display.Other key smartphone features include masses of storage space, microSD card slots to allow you to upgrade further and intuitive touch screen user interfaces so you can access all the great functions of the handset quickly and easily.The invention of smart phone is astonishing. It has all the features that you have dreamed about. You can call, play games, compute your personal data, and do your office works with this handed device. People are now very fond of this device. Everybody wants to be a proud owner of smart phone. It has so many advantages that people cannot think modern life without it. It has some disadvantages too. It is a duel combination of cell phones and computing device. For many people today, it’s difficult to imagine what life would be like without a smartphone. Consumers reap a vast array of benefits from connectivity, so much so that mobile devices have become an integral part of many individuals’ daily existences, from taking care of work to catching up with friends and family. As with any new technology, they bring both rewards and challenges. Applications, commonly referred to as apps, are specific pieces of software that can be downloaded to enhance a #Smartphones functionality. They could be calendar and organiser apps, games, or amp reading tools – the possibilities are limitless. If it’s remotely useful, somebody will have created an app for it. In order to download apps users can visit the online software store available for their specific operating system. Apple’s App Store offers hundreds of thousands of titles and the Google’s #Android Market for Android smartphones is rapidly catching up too. 

Why 4G #Technology is Better than others:

The definition of 4G has changed over the years. Current commercially available technologies LTE (Long-Term Evolution) and WiMax claimed that they are sufficiently advanced from 3G and thus claimed the right to call their technology #4G. 4G is the new and improved version of 3G. Internet speeds are five times faster, and the internet connection is stronger so your internet won’t suddenly slow down. There are already loads of phones available that can connect to 4G networks, while all the big new smartphones of the future will be compatible. The speed and standards of this technology of wireless needs to be at least 100 Megabits per second and up to 1 Gigabit per second to pass as 4G. Long Term Evolution – LTE sounds better. This buzzword is a version of 4G that is becoming the latest advertised technology but still not true 4G as the standards are set. When you start hearing about LTE Advanced and WIMAX Release 2, then we will be talking about true fourth generation wireless technologies because they are the only two formats realized by the International Telecommunications Union as True 4G at this time. In theory, LTE can be up to ten times faster than 3G. In practice, the actual network speed will vary based on network load and signal strength. Even if LTE does not meet its theoretical speed, it is still much faster than 3G. Activities that require large amounts of data, such as streaming movies, work very well on an LTE network. If you plan to perform a lot of data-hungry activities or simply want the best performance when surfing the Internet, you should really plan on buying a smartphone that supports LTE.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Deborah says:

    Someday, I will join the ranks. In the meantime, I still have a “stupid” phone. 🙂

    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, please buy a smartphone and see the new world 🌍 by your phone… 🙂

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