by HuaMarketing on Apr 8th in Gadgets
Mobile phone manufacturers are taking what once used to be a product intended to make and receive phone calls, and turning these mini devices into tiny computers. Modern mobile phones now have the ability to send and receive text messages, take photographs, browse the web, and receive phone calls. In order to perform all these high-tech functions, a mobile phone must contain a product that used to be reserved for computers and laptops, a processor.
A processor is responsible for helping mobile phones perform the numerous functions it performs. Mobile phones are built with tiny, high-speed processors that allow them quickly to surf the web, send text messages, and run applications.
To get an idea of just how fast mobile devices have become here is a look at some examples of new 3G and 4G phones and their processor speeds.
The HTC Sensation
The HTC Sensation was a smartphone that was released in early 2011. The HTC Sensation ran on the Android operating system, and gave users the ability to send text message, browse the web, and listen and download music.
Inside the HTC Sensation was a tiny 1.2 GHz dual-core central processing system. This allowed users to download full length videos and music within seconds. In addition to fast download speed, the tiny high-speed processor gives people the ability to multi-task while using this mobile device.
Nokia Lumia 710
The Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone is one of the fastest mobile devices available on the market. This tiny, handheld device runs on the smaller, more compact version of Windows operating system that is intended for mobile devices. The Nokia Lumia 710 offers users some of the traditional smartphone features such as text messaging, camera, and GPS system, but the most popular feature on this mobile device is the ability to stream live music directly through this smartphone.
The Nokia Lumia 710 features one of the industry’s fastest processors. There is a 1.4 GHz processor inside this mobile phone. This extremely fast processor gives this smartphone the ability to run applications smoothly and show graphics with amazing clarity. In addition to the smooth application running and detailed graphics, the processor allows individuals to multi-task while using the phone.
The line between mobile phones and laptop computers is starting to blur. Mobile phone manufacturers are slowly transforming these tiny handheld devices into mini computers by designing them with tiny, compact, and extremely fast processors.