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Review of mobile operating systems

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review of mobile operating systems introduction summary embeeded systems
(feature phones) windows mobile
windows phone Apple iOS google android what's this? pros cons devices g1 (htc dream) samsung galaxy S samsung galaxy tab 10.1 motorola xoom nexus one
nexus S sony ericsson xperia X10 linux-based open-source
operating system naming acquiring by cupcake (1.5) donut (1.6) eclair (2.0/2.1) froyo (2.2) gingerbread (2.3) honeycomb (3.0) open source free android market customization integration with
google services internet device diversity evolution devices pros cons good apps windows mobile windows phone htc hd7 samsung focus lg quantum htc hd2 samsung sgh i900 omnia htc touch pro old, slow, crashable no multi-tasking lack of back compatibility few apps storing data in cloud very easy to use future has it any chances? place in ranks windows integration
outlook integration authors:
rafał ciurkot
przemysław golec feel free to ask questions! in today’s world it is impossible to live without a mobile phone. nowadays many of our phones became small computers - they’re called smartphones. together we, me and Przemek, will tell you about something, without what, smartphones wouldn’t be as we can see them now. we are going to introduce you to the most commonly known part of variety of mobile operating systems. pros cons high price apple policy user-friendly easy to use pretty multitasking Apple's App Store devices iPod touch iPhone iPad description known as iPhone OS developed for the iPhone concept of direct manipulation computer system main processing core dedicated for particular task What is it reliability and performance phones Adoptions weak user interface faint processors peripherals samsung wave
with Bada Palmtop/PDA
with Symbian OS popularity of mobile systems
OS's evolution
devices of future it is expected for Microsoft's systems to gain 19% of market share by 2015 (Gartner)
according to IDC, CAGR (Compound Annual Grade Rate) in years 2011-2015
is to grow up about 65% according to Gartner's ranking, Windows Mobile systems have about 5% of current market share. http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1622614
http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS22762811 pocketPC 2000: pocket office, pocket ie, wmp
2002: theme support, spell checker, msn messenger 2003: bluetooth support (e.g. handset), pictures app (cropping, emailing)
2003 SE: portrait and landscape switching, Wi-Fi protected access
5.0: photo caller id, gps, QWERTY support, quicker ActiveSync 4.2
6.0 (07): VoIP calling, .NET library, ms sql compact edition
6.1 (08): minor upgrade, improved visual interface
6.5 (09): "not the full release [Microsoft] wanted" Steve Ballmer 7 (4Q10): very simple, innovatory gui, something between ie7 and ie8, hubs, bing integration google acquired android inc. in august, 2005, making android inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of google inc. key employees of android inc. stayed at the company after the acquisition - it is known as the beginning of being google at mobile operating systems market Apple TV
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