The Evolution Of Smartphones
Popular phones of 2009:
- 1993. BellSouth. IBM Simon. The first smartphone was the IBM Simon. The IBM Simon was part mobile phone, part PDA, part pager and part fax machine. It even included apps like a calendar, calculator, address
- 1996 - 2000. Nokia - Connecting People. The Nokia Communicator line was the first of Nokia's smartphones starting with the Nokia 9000, released in 1996: 1) Nokia 9000 (1996); 2) Nokia 9110 (1998); 3) Nokia
- 1997. Ericsson. Phone GS88. In 1997 the term "smartphone" was used for the first time when Ericsson unveiled the concept phone GS88, the first device labelled as "smartphone".
- 2000. Ericsson R380. In 2000, the touchscreen Ericsson R380 Smartphone was released. it was the first device to use an open operating system, the Symbian OS.
- 2001. Palm. Kyocera 6035, the first smartphone to be deployed in widespread use.
- 2002. Palm One. Palm OS Treo 180. Palm merged with Handspring. In early 2002 handspring released the Palm OS Treo smartphone, utilizing a full keyboard: 1) Palm OS Treo 180; 2) Pocket PC; 3) Blackberry
- 2002. Pocket PC. In 2001 Microsoft announced its Windows CE Pocket PC OS would be offered as Microsoft Windows" Powered Smartphone 2002".
- 2002. Blackberry 5810. In 2002 RIM released the first BlackBerry which was the first smartphone optimized for wireless email use.
- 2003. Palm Treo 600.
- 2006. BlackBerry Pearl.
- 2008. Android HTC Dream. The first Android phone.
- 2009. Motorola Droid. The Motorola Droid is an Internet and multimedia enabled smartphone designed by Motorola. The brand name Droid is a trademark of Lucasfilm licensed to Verizon Wireless.
Popular phones of 2010:
- 2010. HTC Evo 4G. The HTC Evo 4G is a smartphone developed by hTC Corporation and marketed as Sprint's flagship Android smartphone, running on its WiMAX network. Also the first 4G Phone is available only
- 2010. Samsung Epic 4G.
- 2010. Google Nexus One.
- 2010. Nokia N8.
- 2010. Motorola Droid X.
- 2010. HTC Windows 7.
- 2010. Palm Pre 2.
- 2010. My Touch 3G.
- 2010. BlackBerry Torch 9800.
2011 revolutionary smartphones, powerful mobile operating systems
- iPhone4. Apple's mobile operating system Version 4 (iOS4) introduced multitasking.
- Google Nexus S. Nexus S is the first phone to run Gingerbread, the fastest version Android yet.
- Samsung Galaxy S. The first mobile phone manufactured by Samsung that uses the open source Android operating system (Android v1.6 (Donut)).
- Ericsson Xperia Play. The first device to be part of the PlayStation Certified program which means that it is able to play PlayStation Suite games. Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
- MyTouch 4G. The MyTouch 4G Slide camera phone has the most advanced camera of any Android phone Android 2.2 (Froyo).
- HP VEER 4G. Notable for its card-sized dimensions (and a depth that is comparable to the size of a deck of cards).
2009 - 2010 OS market share. Worldwide smartphone operating system (OS) market share in 2009 - 2011, according to Gartner
- 2009 (total $172.000.000): 1) Android - 3.9%; 2) BlackBerry - 19.9%; 3) iOS - 14.4%; 4) Symbian - 46.9%; 5) Windows Mobile - 8.7%; 6) Others - 6.1%.
- 2010 (total $297.000.000): 1) Android - 22.7%; 2) BlackBerry - 16.0%; 3) iOS - 15.7%; 4) Symbian - 37.6%; 5) Windows Mobile - 4.2%; 6) Others - 3.8%.
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Presented by Tech King | Sources: http://mobithinking.com/stats-comer/global-mobile-statistics-2011-all-quality-mobile-marketing-research-mobile-web-stats-su; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smartphone#Operating_
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