Resolution ( resolved by RTHK) is the precision of the screen, which refers to the number of pixels that the display can display . Since the dots, lines and faces on the screen are composed of pixels.
CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor). The manufacturing technology is no different from the general computer chip. A kind of voltage control is mainly made of silicon and germanium.
A camera phone is a type of mobile phone, that is, a mobile phone with a camera function. The world's first camera phone was J-SH04, which was manufactured by Sharp Corporation of Japan in November 2000.
In early October, the Sigma X-treme PQ53 protected smartphone with a 5000 mAh battery was introduced , and now another interesting modernness has appeared in the manufacturer's arsenal - the Sigma mobile X-treme PQ37.
The Dutch company Ockel Computers at CES 2017 demonstrated the "pocket" PC Ockel Sirius A, which by its capabilities is quite capable of replacing a full-fledged desktop.
The Global System of Mobile communication is known as GSM and is the most widely used mobile phone standard. More than 1 billion people in more than 200 countries and regions around the world are using GSM phones.
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access), also known as code division multiple access, is a technology used in wireless communication. CDMA allows all users to use the entire frequency band (1.2288Mhz) at the same time, and treats other users as signals.
MeeGo is generally a mobile device operating system. Users who care about Nokia believe that MeeGo is no stranger to it
iOS is an operating system developed by Apple for the iphone. It's mostly for iphone, IPod Touch and ipad. Just like its Mac OS X operating system, it is based on Darwin. Originally called the iphone OS, the system was renamed iOS at the WWDC Convention on June 7, 2010.
Smart Phone (Smartphone), is "like a personal computer, with a separate operating system, users can install software, games and other third-party service providers to provide programs, through such programs to continue to expand the function of mobile phones.