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Cell Phone Features

The cell phone has become an important communication tool used by people all over the world to keep in touch at any time. Although they started out as fairly bulky devices, they are now very stylish, small and portable, fit comfortably in users’ pockets and survive for hours thanks to a rechargeable battery. Cell phone designs are constantly evolving to incorporate the new needs and desires of users.

Some of these new features include space for memory cards, folding screens, cameras, touch screens, USB ports, etc. Modern mobile phones also have wireless capability in the form of infrared, Bluetooth and other wireless protocols. Applications that cell phone owners can take advantage of include word processing, calendars, mobile banking, web browsing, alarms, notes, video streaming, games and more.

Main Features of the Cell Phone

Super Communication of the Cell Phone

The main purpose of the cell phone is to keep people connected, no matter how far apart they are. Cell phones, like traditional phones, allow you to make and receive calls.

Unlike traditional phones, such as pay phones or landlines, the cell phone is mobile, allowing you to make a call while you are on the move, as long as you have a battery. Once the cell phone battery is depleted, the device must be recharged.

Something Else Besides Talking of the Cell Phone

Call waiting, integrated answering machines and three-way calling where some of the additional features offered by traditional phones are provided. Cell phones have so many additional features that they can hardly be called phones anymore. For example, many modern cell phones can be equipped with the Internet, allowing users to surf the web or check their e-mail accounts while traveling.

Cameras have been incorporated into cell phones, allowing users to capture memories and send them to friends. Video game enthusiasts can enjoy playing games on a cell phone. Cell phones have altered the way we communicate, with many users sending text messages instead of making calls. Text messaging is ideal when you need to send quick information. However, these additional features are determined by the type of cell phone you buy and the type of plan you set up with your cell phone company.

Security of the Cell Phone

The cell phone allows anyone in an emergency to communicate with the help they want immediately. Those traveling long distances should always have a fully charged cell phone on hand in case of emergency.

In Singapore, a cell phone developer has created the EPI Life mobile phone, which has the ability to take your pulse and call an ambulance for you if needed. A built-in receiver checks the pulse when you apply pressure with your finger. The results are sent to a health care facility that operates 24 hours a day.

Contacts in the Cell Phone

The cell phone acts as a library for all your most important contacts. Gone are the days of writing down the phone numbers of everyone you know on a piece of paper.

These numbers can now be stored inside the cell phone and added to a contact list. Stored numbers can be deleted or changed in seconds.

Cell Phone Capabilities

  • Taking and making calls to anyone else with a phone.
  • Send and receive text messages.
  • Take, view, and store photos and videos using a built-in camera.
  • Access the Internet, send e-mails, chat, and even download applications for your phone.
  • Play games and access common programs, such as a calculator, contacts, calendar, clock, to-do list, and more.
  • Remotely control other devices connected to the Internet or connected via Bluetooth.
  • Store and run files.
  • Play music and watch movies.

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