Core features describe the essentials of each cell phone model, such as how many displays it has and what their resolution is, whether or not it has a speakerphone, what the phone book capacity is or whether the phone includes such personal information management application as calendar, calculator, currency converter, etc.
Color main display
A cell phone can have one or two displays. Phones with two displays have a main one–generally the one to the inside–and an auxiliary one on the outside.
Today's cell phones are not only a means to communicate. More and more, they are becoming a way for the user to be entertained and to make a lifestyle statement. This is why the majority of phones come with a number of personalization features--such as different ringtones, "skins" or faceplates--as well as games.
Cell phone polyphonic ringtones are ringtones that can produce more than one note at the same time. In music, groups of two or more notes played at the same time are called "chords." The more chords a polyphonic ringtone produces, the more exciting its texture.
Cell phone's messaging features have to do with its ability to browse the Internet, send and receive text and multimedia messages as well as email through your cell phone.
Mobile web browsing
Some cell phones contain or accept software that will turn your handset into a mini
wireless Internet browser. Depending on the model, the ability to browse the Internet with your cell phone varies. The most
basic version of mobile web browsing only allows access to text-only pages specifically designed to be viewed through cell phones,
while more advanced models enable the user to surf and see full websites.
A cell phone technical specifications are the main technologies that the phone employs to perform such functions as receiving a signal, accessing and downloading data or accepting different software applications. The expression also applies to basic information such as cell phone dimensions, weight, etc.
An application platform is a feature that allows a cell phone to accept various software applications. The most common application platform used in cell phones are Java and BREW.
Data about battery life refer to a cell phone's ability to hold a single charge for any duration of time. The two most commonly used ways to assess a phone's battery life are talk time and standby time. Many factors can contribute to a phone's battery life, including battery type, feature(s) being used, etc.
Battery type. Most of today's cell phones use lithium-ion (LiIon) or lithium-polymer (LiPolymer) batteries. These are, of course, all rechargeable and are extremely small-sized compared to the batteries that powered cell phones in the past.
Some consider the LiPolymer battery to be superior than the LiIon in terms of efficiency.
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