The smartphone field moves at lightning speed, and follows it is not always easy. Technology that raised a year ago, such as a WVGA screen and eight megapixel camera, became outdated quickly. Here we will see what the latest technology trends are for smartphones in terms of hardware and software.
The processor and screen have easily become the fastest aspects of smartphone technology. Dual-core processors began to be included in the device in early 2011, and they are now standards on top-level smartphones. What is more interesting is that the quad-core processor is here, and is included in the new Prime Transformer tablet. While the Prime is a tablet, only a matter of time before the smartphone starts sending with this quad-core chip. Meanwhile, in the screen department, the HD screen has begun to reach the latest premiere smartphone. HTC Rezound is one of the devices that utilize the HD screen to make using a fun device.
Another aspect of smartphone technology is literally only old, and that’s the latest version of Android. Dubbed the ice cream sandwich, Android 4.0 was just released with a Galaxy Nexus smartphone in Verizon. The operating system brings several new features to advance the smartphone industry. One feature specifically is the merger of the software button to the interface. While the current Android smartphone includes a physical or touch button that is sensitive to navigate through the interface, the ice cream sandwich eliminates this. Expect a smartphone in the next few months will be released that the feature is no button outside the power button and volume rocker.
One important important advance in smartphone technology in recent months is voice recognition technology. With the launch of the iPhone 4S, Apple introduced the world to Siri. While Google has included its own voice command software to Android phones for more than one and a half years, Apple makes the main and revolutionary idea. Now, Google is rumored to be working on competitors to Siri which will also allow users to interact with the phone through natural speeches. The introduction of greetings must have appear to be the next big thing in smartphone technology.
Among all the recent leaps in smartphone technology, 2012 has formed to be a very interesting year. With strong sales in this industry, all manufacturers are trying to get and maintain market share. This leads to some extraordinary devices and many innovations. Thanks to this perfect storm of competitive forces, consumers benefit greatly from what appears to be an unlimited number of extraordinary devices.