smartphone field moves at the pace of lightning, and his leg is not always easy. The technology, which was stunning year ago, for example, WVGA screen and eight megapixel cameras, rapidly becoming obsolete. Here we take a look at what the latest technological trends have been for smartphones in terms of hardware and software.
processors and screens was easily the fastest growing aspects of smartphone technology. Dual-core processors are getting included in the devices in early 2011, and they are now standard in any top-tier smartphone. What’s even more interesting is that the quad-core processors here and now included in the new Transformer Prime tablet. While Prime is a tablet, it is only a matter of time before smart phones will begin with these quad-core chips. Meanwhile, in the department-screen HD screens began to beat the last premiere of smartphones. The HTC Rezound is one such device that makes use of the screen HD, with a device to an absolute pleasure.
Another aspect of the smartphone technology a few days ago, and the latest version of Android. Nicknamed the Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 was released only with the Galaxy Nexus smartphone on Verizon. The operating system brings a number of new opportunities for the promotion of smart phones industry. One of the features, particularly the inclusion of the interface soft buttons. While the current Android smartphones include physical or touch keys to navigate through the interface, Ice Cream Sandwich eliminates it. Expect smartphones in the next few months will be released, which is not a no keys outside the power button and volume control.
One final noteworthy advance in the technology of smartphones in the past few months is speech recognition technology. With the launch of iPhone 4S, Apple, introduced the world to Siri. Although Google has already included its own software voice commands in Android phones within a year and a half, Apple has made the idea of mainstream and revolutionary. Now Google, rumored to be working on a rival Siri, which will also allow the user to interact with the phone through natural speech. This, of course, the recognition seems to be the next big thing in technology smartphones.
between all these past days in smartphone technology, 2012 is already shaping up to be a very exciting year. With such strong sales in the industry, manufacturers are striving to gain and maintain market share. This leads to an incredible device and loads of innovation. Thanks to this perfect storm of competitive forces, consumers greatly benefit from what seems to be an unlimited number of incredible devices.