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5 Top Features Advanced In Smartphone Technology

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Since the establishment of the first mobile phone, the tech in this industry has had tremendous leaps and bounds. That has enabled them to reach the present state and structure. 

The mobile phone is the fastest interactive advancements ever witnessed. As a result, the world is experiencing new technological advances, including pocketable Smartphones. 

If you look at the current smartphones, they are slim, stylish, and portable - you can easily carry them around. Plus, these devices are versatile and highly productive. 

In this article, we shall look at some of the features that have revolutionized over time. Make sure to share the post with your online audience whether it’s a blog, vlog or a Twitch stream for tech nerds. Make your voice heard by purchasing Twitch followers and such in order to reach out to more people. 

Now, let’s get started:

Connectivity

When phones were introduced for the first time, they could only handle basic tasks such as connecting people through voice calls. It led to the development of mobile phones but with restrictions. In other words, connectivity was restricted to specific areas. 

The high demand and growth of mobile phones have led to the development of connectivity. The network has expanded over time, and connectivity options are blossoming. 

Besides enhancing voice quality, there are additional external technological advancements like the internet, which have significantly shaped the communications in mobile phones. 

Some years ago, the handset could only support connectivity to the internet or voice calls but not simultaneously. 

The current mobile phones are equipped with Voice over LTE, and they support voice calls without interrupting your internet connectivity. 

Besides voice calls and the internet, smartphones are now supporting other connectivity standards, including infrared, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and more.

Multimedia

Multimedia is a feature that wasn't conceptualized years ago during the early stages. Today, this feature has emerged as a vital aspect of the current mobile experience. 

Mobile phones now produce millions of colors at ease and without fail. Things never used to be the same years ago. It is a process that was used to acquire the present panels. It started with a monochrome display. This was a blend between two colors that consisted of the green backlight. 

The monochrome error ended back in 1998, and a colored display panel was introduced. It consisted of four colors: blue, white, green, and red. Since that time, most mobile manufacturers now own models having colored displays, which increases the resolutions and supports colors. 

Today, the advancement in the screen has evolved to. Advanced HD and Super AMOLED Plus. These screen resolutions have improved display panels.

Security 

Improvement of mobile phone productivity has led to more secure and private data storage and transfer through mobiles. These security methodologies started emerging a decade ago. The first was PIN/password protection. It has continued to evolve over time, and the levels of security vastly improved through emerging technology. 

Today, improvement of security technology has resulted in pattern unlocking, alphanumeric passwords, facial recognition, and fingerprint. All these security methods are there to protect information and data in the device. 

Growing in technology, on the other hand, has resulted in the establishment of cybercrime where intruders can access your device remotely. It has paved the way for more advanced cyber threats, which have demanded better security standards. 

Authorization and authentication are common terms that are tossed for overcoming attacks depending on calls, SMS/MMS, Bluetooth, and Internet connectivity over Wi-Fi. There came to existence from third-party security software to help improve on securities. 

In addition, mobiles are using “smart" form security measures implemented into their operating systems. This has helped improve the security of these devices; thus, handsets become challenging for an intruder to attack.

Productivity 

There has been the development of connectivity intent making mobiles play a significant role in profitability and productivity. This is highly used as it meets technological demands and allows the growth of businesses. 

Most mobile devices now have productivity as an integrated feature. It allows devices to carry tasks like creating documents, editing them, sharing the files remotely over the network, and more. 

Productivity was unveiled through Blackberry phones for the first time in early 1990. Later, the technology was improved through Nokia 9000 Communicator that enabled creating, editing, and sending emails and documents easily. Moreover, this is a well-known device and the first to bear a QWERTY keypad. 

Other common types of productive features present in mobile phones include banking, email, ticketing, marketing solutions, brokerage, GPS tracking, document editing, image or video editing, and information services. 

Regardless of these productivity tactics and they differ with the device, a smartphone device will easily handle most activities mentioned above.

Image-ing

Sharp Corporation was the first to introduce cameras in mobile phones in 2000. The first camera during that time used to have an 110,000-pixels CMOS camera. Unfortunately, this technology was only present in Japan. 

After that, the spread of mobile phone cameras started. Over time, the Technology in these smartphone cameras has improved significantly. 

The current technological advancements in mobile phone images have greatly improved. These cameras can capture photos and record videos through different resolutions.

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