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    I have heard of a smart phone but dont really know what it is,,can some in detail explain to me what it is.i see alot of people say thet are better,


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    Re: Some please explain to me what a smart phone is

    Well, smartphones are phones that have access to the internet (actual browsers). You can push all your email addresses to the phone. It can read and write all Microsoft office programs (i.e. Microsoft word, excel, etc.). There are a lot of applications for smart phones also. Try and do a google search for Blackberry applications and look at the number of pages there are.

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    Re: Some please explain to me what a smart phone is

    Quote Originally Posted by bossdragon View Post
    Well, smartphones are phones that have access to the internet (actual browsers). You can push all your email addresses to the phone. It can read and write all Microsoft office programs (i.e. Microsoft word, excel, etc.). There are a lot of applications for smart phones also. Try and do a google search for Blackberry applications and look at the number of pages there are.

    Basically its like having a mini computer with a phone attached to it.
    I would add that smartphones are generally capable of functioning as personal data organizers. Most non-smartphones have this capability, but are not built to really have a lot of capacity. Smartphones are built to be the primary calendar and addressbook of its user. Some are also meant to be capable of office-style programs (word/excel/powerpoint).

    Have you tried out any smartphones? I would suggest going to a cell phone provider and testing some of their working models.

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    Last edited by computerslayer; 10-03-2009 at 11:28 AM.



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