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Chipset

Mobile phones run on so-called embedded chipsets, which are designed to perform one or a few dedicated functions, often with real-time computing constraints. They are embedded as part of the complete device including hardware and mechanical parts. The ever popular smartphones are equipped with more advanced embedded chipsets that can do many different tasks depending on their programming. Thus their CPU (Central Processing Unit) performance is vital for the daily user experience and people tend to use the clock rate of the main CPU that’s in the heart of the chipset to compare the performance of competing end products. As we already pointed out, the clock rate of a processor is only useful for providing performance comparisons between computer chips in the same processor family and generation. Also, as mobile gaming is increasingly gaining popularity, users have become more aware of the various types of GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) chips that come as part of the mobile chipsets and sometimes even consider their performance when making buying...

OS (Operating System)

An infrastructure software component of a computerized system. It controls all basic operations of the computer (or other electronic devices such as PDA, smartphone, etc.). Among the most popular desktop operating systems are Windows, Mac OS, and variations of Linux, while the most widely used operating systems for mobile devices are Symbian and Windows Mobile. Mobile devices with OS are called smartphones and can run full software applications (like games, organizer or communication applications) on top of the OS. Standardized operating system platforms make it possible to provide a consistent user interface (and experience) across devices from diverse hardware...

Video call

Video call is a 3G network feature that allows two callers to talk to each other while at the same time viewing live video form each other’s phone. To make a video call, both users should have 3G phones which support this feature and they both need to be in range of a 3G...

Camera

Some phones feature a camera that gives them the ability to work as a digital camera. Often (though not always) the camera is also able to shoot video. The most important characteristics of a camera are the resolution (measured in megapixels), lens focus type (either fixed or automatic) and the presence of a flash. The flash could be either LED (single or even double) or xenon. The number of megapixels is not always a good measurement of the quality of the photos, but if you plan to print pictures, you would generally get higher quality ones out of higher megapixel cameras. Auto focus lens are not a guarantee of better image quality, but fixed focus cameras are usually inferior. Most importantly, only auto focus cameras can allow shooting of really close objects – i.e. macro shooting. Some phones offer optical zoom but those are rare. Most use digital zoom, which degrades the quality of the photo. Cameras that can work in “video mode” are characterized by the maximum resolution and framerate (frames per second or fps) of the recorded...

USB (Universal Serial Bus)

USB is a standard for a wired connection between two electronic devices, including a mobile phone and a desktop computer. The connection is made by a cable that has a connector at either end. One end, the one that plugs into the computer, is the same across all USB cables while the one that plugs into the mobile device can be of various types such as miniUSB, microUSB or a proprietary connector. USB version 1.1 provides maximum speeds of up to 1.5 MB/s while the current version 2.0 is about 40 times faster. The versions are backwards compatible and the speed is limited by the slower device. Transferring data may require drivers to be installed on the desktop computer but some phones offer “mass storage” mode which means they appear as thumb drives to the computer and no special drivers are needed. In addition to their data transferring application, USB cables also carry an electric charge that can be used to power peripherals (such as USB mice or keyboards), and many mobile phones can be charged through their USB...

IrDA (Infrared Data Association)

A standard for transmitting data using an infrared port. Transfer speeds are roughly the same as traditional parallel ports. The industry group that created the IrDA technical standard.   Infrared connectivity is an old wireless technology used to connect two electronic devices. It uses a beam of infrared light to transmit information and so requires direct line of sight and operates only at close range. IR was superseded by Bluetooth, which has the advantage of operating at longer distances (around 30 feet) and being omni-directional. Many home devices such as TVs and DVD players still use IR remote controls. Some smartphones are capable of using their IR port to control these devises but that usually requires third-party...
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