What are Smartphones?
Smartphones Phones or smart devices are mobile phones that allow users to make voice calls, send text messages, browse the Internet, and run many basic programs that run on computers. Smartphones use a touchscreen to interact with users, and it has many applications and programs such as personal applications, games and special programs used in work. The first unofficial smartphone was developed in 1992 by IBM, and in 1994 an improved version of it was known as Simon Personal Communicator.
Smartphones are based on an operating system that allows them to run different applications. For example, iPhone devices running on iOS, BlackBerry phones on BlackBerry OS, while other devices run on Android and Windows.
Applications on smartphones offer many services such as creating, modifying or viewing Microsoft documents, editing images, and other services.
Smartphones make it possible to connect to the Internet very quickly thanks to the growth of 3G and 4G networks, allowing users to browse various sites.
Smartphones include a keyboard in the same order as a computer.
Send and receive emails:
Smartphones allow sending, receiving and handling e-mail. Most smartphones support different e-mail accounts.
Benefits of smartphones
Smartphones have many benefits, including allowing users to stay connected through social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as providing users with access to email and video calls, and allows users to surf the Internet anywhere in the house, office, car, park, or otherwise.
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