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With the HTC mobile phones, the users can experience real innovation in the domain of “on-the-move”communications. The Taiwan-based HTC is one of the largest manufacturers of mobile Windows-powered handsets in the world market. With the smart PDA devices, the HTC aims to meet the needs of every user. Some of the latest models by HTC include S710, P4350 and MteoR, to name a few.

The HTC S710 is the most compact smartphone with an auto sliding keyboard. As a matter of fact, the attractive and sleek design of this gadget is to be seen to be believed. The S710 is the first smartphone to use the new Window Mobile 6.0 standard platform. Therefore, it can be said that it enhances business applications on its richer interface. One can view official documents at anytime of the day. With the Windows Live application, the users can enjoy sending and receiving emails as well as surfing the Internet. With a snap, the users can make calls, click the pictures as well as record the video clips. Moreover, the S710 is armed with a wide array of connectivity options such as Bluetooth 2.0, EDGE and Wi-Fi.

On other hand, the HTC P4350 is a stylish quad-band PDA phone. This handset is also backed with high-end connectivity options that allow the users to transfer or download the varied content at broadband speeds. Apart from the business applications, this PDA also supports music player enhanced with the Stereo Bluetooth. Like other HTC PDA, the MteoR is a quad band GSM camera mobile. The handset is coupled with a wide TFT LCD screen of 2.2 inches and music capabilities. These gadgets also feature Window Mobile 5.0 Direct Push technology for immediate synchronization of emails or documents. With a slim and compact design, the device fits easily in the pocket.

From a Phone Line Between Two Poles to a Hand Held Mobile Device

Cellular telephone is often called a mobile telephone, which is a portable device that does not require the use of landlines. It is a type of short wave analogue or digital telecommunication which has a wireless connection from the mobile telephone to a relatively nearby transmitter. The transmitter’s span of coverage is called a cell, so as the user moves from one cell or area of coverage to another area of coverage the phone is effectively passed onto the next local cell transmitter.

A mobile phone can make and receive telephone calls to other mobile phones and fixed line phones around the world. It can do this by connecting to a cellular network provided by a mobile network operator. In Australia there are two main network operators.

History of the Mobile Phone.

Dr Martin Cooper, a researcher at Motorola, made the first mobile phone call on 3rd April 1973 in a non-vehicle setting. The phone design was about the size of a brick and weighed around two (2) pounds. The life span on the battery was around 10 to 12 minutes before needing to be recharged.

In 1983, the DynaTAC 8000x was the first to be approved by the US Federal Communications Commission for commercial use. It weighed two pounds, offered half-hour of talk time and sold for $3,995.00. Now in 2011 we have sleek, lightweight mobile phones that have installed into them dual core application processor, camera, GPS navigation, video, music, up to 6 hours of talk time and up to 360 hours of standby time on the battery and they can be purchased separately for a minimal cost or supplied to you with your mobile phone plan.

How Popular Has The Mobile Phone Become?

Popularity over the decades has increased to over 4.6 billion people using these mobile phones worldwide and as our population increases so will the use of this technology. They are reaching out to developing countries and the under privileged countries where landlines are not available and the human telegraph system is slow.

Mobile phones today are used for a variety of purposes, including keeping in touch with friends and family, business, emergencies, chatting on Face book or Twitter, texting or emailing. Some people often carry two phones, one for business one for personal use.

The five top players in the field are Nokia, Samsung, LG, Apple and ZTE a far cry from the one supplier back in 1973.

In This World Today Mobile Phones Are Changing Our Lifestyle.

Each generation that is born is being brought into this latest technology where there are phones even for children to enable them to learn the alphabet, numbers, animals, first word spelling, the planets that make up the universe and much more. You can see that it is becoming a vital part of life, not only as a means of communicating between family and friends, but as a teaching tool for our young ones.

So like the humble telephone we have gone from a basic piece of equipment just to communicate with, to these magnificent, sleek ‘smart phones’ that come with inbuilt computers and touch screens for all generations to use.

Touch Smart Phones Technology at Your Fingertips

Thirty seven years ago, there was no such thing as a cordless telephone much less an abundance of mobile phones like we have today. But because people wanted the freedom to live their lives rather than being stuck at home waiting for an important phone call, the demand for mobility was raised. We’ve come a long way from that clunky first cell phone to the touch smart phones you can find available for anyone who wants one.

In 1973, the first cell phone call was made on a phone that had all the sleekness and appeal of a brick. When cell phones first hit the market, they were so expensive the average consumer couldn’t afford them.

The ability to touch a screen and have it react to that touch has been around for a while in everything from postal centers with automated package mailers to touch screen employment machines at some stores.

These machines made it faster for people to get their errands completed. But when that touch screen ability was applied to mobile phones, not only was it faster to complete tasks, it opened an entire new level of mobile communication.

Who are the consumers who enjoy using the technology these phones deliver? Anyone from retirees to businessmen and women to college students and teenagers. As retirees head to the golf course or travel the world, the smart phone is their way to keep in touch with their friends and family.

Businessmen and women love that these phones give them better applications and the ability to deliver the information they need. Teens especially love the ability to sync their smart phone with their Facebook contacts.

The type of operating system (OS) that touch smart phones use will depend on what company made the phone. You’ll find some with Linux, some with Windows Mobile OS while others will have operating systems that are uniquely their own.

You’ll notice that some of the phones will list EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment)-it just means that’s the wireless network technology that phone uses. It’s the way you can surf the Internet on your phone, send a picture etc. Still other phones will say Generation 3 or you might see it listed as 3G-that means it’s the latest technology for mobile phones.

The wireless technology on the phone can vary almost as much as the unique applications you get or can download on your phone. No matter what brand or model of phone you get, one thing is certain.

The top touch smart phones have put together the latest in technology to bring you the best possible means of communication and data sharing. We’ve come a long way in how we share information with others in thirty seven years since that first cell phone call.