The Pros And Cons Of Mobile Phones

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Mobile phone nowadays is part of our life. There were the days when the device like mobile phones was used to make phone calls and send occasional texts. But nowadays, modern smartphones are closer to handheld computers that enable us to send emails, play games, watch the news and make video calls to loved ones. According to uSwitch Mobiles (2016), operating systems which also known as mobile OS, are the software that runs our desktop computers and laptops and manages their resources and memory when they’re being used for multi-tasking. But now, smartphones have used operating systems too and it is this development that has brought advanced functions to mobiles that were previously only available on our computers. In general, there are few examples of mobile device operating systems that are Android, Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS and Apple iOS. The first type of operating system used in the smartphone is Android. Android is an open source operating system based on Linux and owned by Google (Matthews,2016). It is most commonly comes installed on a variety of smartphones and tablets from a host of manufacturers offering users access to Google’s own services like Search, YouTube, Maps, Gmail and more (Todd & Barraclough, 2016). Android does not look different on every device but it does have a number of different versions such as Android 5.0 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and much more. There are several benefits of using Android that is
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