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Touch Smart Phones – the Best Technology at Your Fingertips

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Thirty seven years ago, there was no such thing as a cordless telephone much less an abundance of mobile phones like we have today. But because people wanted the freedom to live their lives rather than being stuck at home waiting for an important phone call, the demand for mobility was raised. We’ve come a long way from that clunky first cell phone to the touch smart phones you can find available for anyone who wants one.

In 1973, the first cell phone call was made on a phone that had all the sleekness and appeal of a brick. When cell phones first hit the market, they were so expensive the average consumer couldn’t afford them.

The ability to touch a screen and have it react to that touch has been around for a while in everything from postal centers with automated package mailers to touch screen employment machines at some stores.

These machines made it faster for people to get their errands completed. But when that touch screen ability was applied to mobile phones, not only was it faster to complete tasks, it opened an entire new level of mobile communication.

Who are the consumers who enjoy using the technology these phones deliver? Anyone from retirees to businessmen and women to college students and teenagers. As retirees head to the golf course or travel the world, the smart phone is their way to keep in touch with their friends and family.

Businessmen and women love that these phones give them better applications and the ability to deliver the information they need. Teens especially love the ability to sync their smart phone with their Facebook contacts.

The type of operating system (OS) that touch smart phones use will depend on what company made the phone. You’ll find some with Linux, some with Windows Mobile OS while others will have operating systems that are uniquely their own.

You’ll notice that some of the phones will list EDGE (Enhanced Data GSM Environment)-it just means that’s the wireless network technology that phone uses. It’s the way you can surf the Internet on your phone, send a picture etc. Still other phones will say Generation 3 or you might see it listed as 3G-that means it’s the latest technology for mobile phones.

The wireless technology on the phone can vary almost as much as the unique applications you get or can download on your phone. No matter what brand or model of phone you get, one thing is certain.

The top touch smart phones have put together the latest in technology to bring you the best possible means of communication and data sharing. We’ve come a long way in how we share information with others in thirty seven years since that first cell phone call.

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