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Mobile Phones Features

GCSE ICT Mobile Phone Features

Georgia kelsall

on 25 October 2012

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Mobile Phone Features Talk Time/Battery Life Loud Speaker Volume Control Contact Lists/Address Book Accessibility of the Keypad Video Calling Voice Dialing One Touch Features Making Calls Textphone Reception Taking Pictures/Pixels Zoom Flash Memory Storing Music File Type Memory Listening to Music Speaker Earphones Texting Predictive Texting QWERTY Keyboard/Alphanumeric Screen Size Internal Memory External Memory Talk Time SMS MMS Touchscreen or Buttons Photo Editing File Type Option FM Radio Internet Access WiFi 3G GSM CDMA iDEN EDGE Radio Frequencies Sound Recording GPS Navigation Music MP3 Video MP4 RDS Radio Receiver Alarms Memo Recorder Personal Digital Assistant Functions Ability to Watch Streaming Video Video Download Built in Camera Flash Ring tones Games PTT Memory Card Reader (SD) USB Dual Line Support Infrared Bluetooth Instant Messaging Wireless Modern Roaming Caller ID Call waiting Call hold Conference calling Call forwarding Voice mail with message alert Calculator Automatic Call Delivery Hands-free speaker phone Roam indicator Message indicator Automatic re-dial Dialing an emergency number Date book (Calender feature) Mobile internet Pictures Sounds Speed Dialing One-touch dialing Car phone charger Barring a call Multimedia options Slider Flip Allows to quickly dial a number by pressing and holding a key from 0 to 9, pre-assigned to a particular number from the contact list. allows numbers to be entered into a memory and
dialled with the push of a single button. Allows you to speak and listen without
using the handset. Bluetooth is an open wireless technology standard
for exchanging data over short distances produces a short flash of light to help illuminate a scene the user is able to watch videos without downloading them The length of talk time a user can have will depend on the battery life of the phone A device that converts electric signals to audible sound. the ability to control how loud or quiet the volume of sound is a feature which allows you to store information such as names, numbers and addresses how easy it is to access the keypad on the phone a visual communication between two people

Voice tags are used in automated speech recognition in a voice command device, allowing the user to "speak" commands. r use by people who are deaf or hard of hearing, having a small screen and a keyboard on which a message may be typed to be received by another textphone. the strength of the connection the mobile phone has to its network.

Memory that retains data in the absence of a power supply. A file format is a particular way that information is encoded for storage a feature which allows you to listen to sound A device that converts electric signals to audible sound and fits over or in the ear. used to store information such as addresses and telephone numbers, and for simple word processing and spreadsheeting. A sound made when an incoming call is received. this feature means 'push to talk' allows you to connect your phone wirelessly to a compatible laptop to manage your phone contact information. Instant messaging (IM) is a form of communication over the Internet, that offers quick transmission of text-based messages from sender to receiver When someone is notified of an incoming call and is able to place the first call on hold while answering the second The ability to have a phone call conversation between at least three people, speaking on three different mobiles, with three different phone numbers. a function which allows you to work out calculations a feature which indicates if roaming is turned off or on a digital calender which allows you to add events a block put on a service by your network operator Allows people to leave recorded messages which can be stored and relayed. feature that allows calls made to one number to be forwarded to another specified number. This feature allows you to place a call on hold, then come back to it.

Universal serial bus, a connection technology for attaching devices to a computer a device for accessing the data on a memory card Games which can be played on a mobile phone usually in the form of an app The process of sending and receiving brief written messages Predictive text allows you to enter text by pressing only one key per letter. used to describe a standard keyboard a keyboard consisting of both letters and numbers the height and width of the screen memory/data which is stored inside the phone a type of data storage device that is kept outside of the phone in its own casing. The time during which a mobile telephone is in use to handle calls short message service Multimedia Messaging Service touch screen is a display device that allows a user to interact with the phone by touching areas on the screen. Buttons are small parts which allow the user to interact with the phone by pressing them a function which allows the user to edit a photo A file format defines the structure and type of data stored in a file. a feature which allows the user to listen to live broadcastings from fm radio stations the accessibility of the internet Third Generation Technology Wireless Fidelity - wireless networking technology with allows the user to communicate over a wireless signal Global System for Mobile communications is digital cellular system which allows the mobile phones to transfer data Code Division Multiple Access a method for transmitting multiple digital signals simultaneously over the same carrier frequency

Integrated Digital Enhanced Network is a mobile telecommunications technology stands for Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution, is a faster version of GSM and is a high-speed 3G technology that was built upon the GSM standard. electrical signals transmitted through air or space to a phone a feature which allows the user to record and save sounds on their mobile phone Global Positioning System is a space-based global navigation satellite system short for MPEG Audio Layer-3, a set of standards for compressing and downloading audio files Radio Data System is a system for providing information along with FM broadcasts a function which can be set at certain times to alert the user a type of modem which connects to a wireless network instead of to the telephone system. A facility that identifies and displays the telephone numbers of incoming calls made to a particular line. A feature that permits a phone to receive incoming calls, even when roaming. a service feature that allows the user to dial, by depressing a single key or a few keys the ability to contact an emergency service without service or reception available the ability to charge a mobile through a lead connected to a car images which can be stored internally or externally in a phone a camera which is built into a phone which allows the user to take pictures or videos a feature which allows the user to make a demand by only one touch A feature which allows the user to communicate with another person Using a built in camera, the mobile allows the user to take photographs and save them on the phone. The quality of the photo depends of the amount of pixels the camera has. a feature which allows the user to look close up at an object using the camera the ability to store music internally or externally storing information in the form of memory the ability to play music through a mobile phone being able to flip open a phone a digital portable audio device that records and stores music allows a phone to have two lines instead of one use of a cellular phone outside of its local area a feature which alerts the user of a new message file extension of the multimedia container format MPEG-4 part 14, which is the digital audio or digital video a feature of a phone which allows it to slide up or down to access the keypad Vibrations which transfer sound out of the phone being able to access different options of multimedia the use of Internet-connected applications, or browser-based access to the Internet from a mobile a feature which allows the user to download videos from the internet to their phone
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