Technology in the modern society is extremely competitive in the mobile market. There are many upcoming devices from the smart phone manufacturers. A recent review shows that there are upcoming digital devices from the Apple, Samsung and Nokia industries. These phones are designed for business purposes.
They assist in quicker prediction of the stock market. They also serve as entertainment gadgets. For instance, some are installed with 5 megapixel cameras and have better organizational features that offer easy viewing features. There are also sync operations that support browser-based programs.
It is evident from the article that Galaxy S3 is the best selling smart phone in the market. It has high quality features such as fast processing system, enhanced portability and large screen that give a quick access to browsing and watching of moving pictures. However, future innovations show that the phone will have software that will be able to detect and interpret people’s handwriting (Richmond & Warman, 2012).
The iPhone 5 is a windows product that has proved to be among the best selling smart phone in the market. It is expected that it will usher in a new version that is portable. It has an extra ordinary designed screen that incorporates the touch layer, a charging system and a 4G LTE connectivity system (Talbort, 2012).
The latest report notes that Apple had planned to release the ultra modern international iphone before the close of September 2012 (Gross, 2012). It has a dock connector and an NFC technology that will make it efficient for users to trade online.
From my personal point of view, I feel that the development of smart phones may still not offer full user preferences as depicted in their features. Most of the applications in these phones are merely meant to advertise the gadgets. Therefore, personal computers and laptops are still the best pieces of technology that can serve many people due to affordability.
Gross D. (2012). Report: Next iPhone goes on sale September 21. Web.
Richmond, S. & Warman, M. (2012). Best smartphones: We review new and upcoming devices from Apple, Samsung and Nokia. Web.
Talbort, D. (2012). Efficiency Breakthrough Promises Smartphones that Use Half the Power. Web.