History of Smartphone Development from Time

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Smart phones are now an inclusive and owned item for many people. However, unlike televisions and other electronic devices, smartphones experience significant development over time.

Smart phones or better known as smartphones has become a tool that is not only for communication, but also banking, trade, education and several others.

We can all use our smartphones for anything. But actually since when smartphones start to appear and we use.

A solid textbook definition comes from the Oxford dictionary, which describes a smartphone as "a phone that performs many computer functions, usually having a touchscreen interface, internet access, and an operating system capable of running downloaded applications".

Here's more Nuansatech.com summarizes the history of smartphone development over time:

2 of 5 pages First Smartphone of 1992

old-school mobile phone illustration 

What was the earliest phone you remember ever using? Whether it's Nokia or Motorola, many people think of this as a different device than the smartphones we know and love today.

Not surprisingly, many believe that it was Apple who invented the smartphone with the launch of their iPhone in 2007. In fact, BellSouth Cellular and IBM created the "phone of the future" fifteen years earlier in hopes of providing users with the combined convenience of telephones, faxes. machines, computers, and personal binaire assistants in the palm of their hands.

IBM had envisioned the idea for a computer-style phone since the 1970s, but it wasn't long in 1992 that the company unveiled the prototype at the COMDEX computer and technology trade show in Las Vegas. This prototype smartphone was known as the Simon Personal Communicator, but it wouldn't reach consumers until 1994.

In addition to making and receiving calls, Simon's prototype can also send facsimiles, emails, and mobile pages. It even has a nice touchscreen to call numbers.

Additional features include apps for calendars, address books, calculators, schedulers, and notepads. IBM also demonstrated that the phone is capable of displaying maps, stocks, news, and other third-party applications, with certain modifications.

3 out of 5 pages From 1996 to 2000s, Brands Began to Follow

Similar to IBM's Simon Personal Communicator, the Nokia 9000 Communicator was released in 1996 and was considered sophisticated in its time. It comes in a sizable shell design and features a qwerty keyboard, along with navigation keys, writes thewhizcells.

The device was one of the first mobile phones with the internet to enter the market, with web browsing capabilities added to other business functions.

The most interesting was the Ericsson GS88 a year later, which was officially known as the first "smartphone" by name. Similarly, the BlackBerry 850 in 1999 was known as the first wireless handheld computer to enter the market.

Illustration of BlackBerry © Pocketberry.com

4 out of 5 pages 2001- Mobile Meets the Internet

BlackBerry was an important name in mobile phone and smartphone technology during the early 2000s. Their first device to support email and web browsing was launched in 1999.

It wasn't to be 2000 that smartphones connected to actual 3G networks. In other words, mobile communication standards were created to allow portable electronic devices to access the Internet wirelessly.

This is the beginning of features that we can enjoy until now such as video conferencing and sending sizable email attachments.

By 2004, blackberry had expanded to display color displays and complete web browsing. As newer models were created, BlackBerry became the market leader in smartphones in part by providing its technology and applications to business professionals.

Unfortunately, BlackBerry will embark on a downward trend shortly after the debut of one of Apple's most innovative inventions – the iPhone.

2007: Steve Jobs dominates the market

One of the most influential years for the development of smartphones was 2007. That was the year Steve Jobs and the team at Macworld unveiled the first iPhone. Not only was this the sleekest touchscreen device to enter the market, it was also the first device to offer a complete and not simplified version of the internet.

The first iPhones gave consumers the ability to surf the web just like they did on desktop computers.

The device is offered at levels of 4GB ($499) and 8GB ($599). It boasts with a battery life of up to 8 hours!  The traditional QWERTY keyboard is detached to make room for a full touchscreen interface that uses multi-touch sensors.

5 of 5 pages2019 and Beyond

latest iphone illustration 

And just like that, we've reached modern times. Since the launch of the iPhone fourteen years ago, we can conclude:

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The Rise of Android: Google's Answer to the iPhone

Hundreds of iterations of Android smartphone hardware

The rise of apps (and their monetization)

A new type of artist known as a mobile photographer

Sending messages and messages takes place over a wireless connection

It can be said that smartphones have changed the way we live our lives. Of the estimated 5 billion mobile phone owners worldwide, it is estimated that at least 2.5 billion of them own smartphones. And that number is only expected to increase.

Flipkart has also shared the top smartphone trends to look out for in 2021. According to trend reports, things like 5G ready phones will be commonplace this year. The report also predicts the arrival of unique form factors such as flexible OLED screens and rollable phones.

"Traditional smartphone design has also undergone drastic changes after being quite consistent over the past few years. While foldable phones have been introduced with a variety of features, flexible OLED screens now allow for rollable screen phones. However, this will most likely remain a fan and early adopter by 2021," the report said.

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