Business Cell Phone - business cell phone calculations

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Business Cell Phone By Lindsey Cox Sharon Hartman Terrance Hall Antoine Lovelace Angela McMichael American InterContinental University
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Abstract Here you will find several different types of cell phones and some of their features and their similarities. You will find in the paragraphs bellow, the good of these cell phones and the bad in theses cell phones. Which phone to choose from for the organization?
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Lindsey Cox cell phone I love my Black Berry Curve 8320; I call it my life line. It goes where ever I do and never leave home without it. There so many special features, it is hard to pick just one best feature. I would have to choose the 2 Mega pixel digital camera. This phone has many different features to name a few mobile emails, general packet radio service. A digital player that includes, MIDI, AAC, ACC+, and AMR. What I think could be improved is that the download of pictures, text message, or even email. It seems to take forever for these features to download. The voice command could detect your words better when you say a command. One of the websites that I visited on my phone (cnet). The website review is for the good: The good of the device offers integrated Wi-Fi and works with T-mobile Hot Spot@ Home service so you can make calls via Wi-Fi. The Smartphone also features a nice, sleek design; a spacious QWERTY keyboard; a 2 megapixel digital camera; IM clients; and good quality. The bad of this device is the curves camera can't record videos and there's no 3G support. The Black Berry web browser isn't quite as sophisticated as those on competing Smartphone’s. Antoine Lovelace I recently purchased the Samsung Vibrant Galaxy S Android phone with T-Mobile, and it’s the best phone that I've ever owned. The android phones are very popular as we see them being advertised by all of the major cell phone companies. The most useful feature is the ability to surf the web at high speeds right in the palm of your hand. I also like the swipe text feature which allows me to type words much faster by swiping across the letters. It has other features such as email, movies, music player, facebook, youtube and numerous apps that can be downloaded from the android market. There are several apps that will come in handy for business purposes, such as word processors and easy file sharing. As far as improvements, there are really no flaws in the device that I can really point out. The battery life could be better. Depending on how often it’s used, the battery life lasts almost a full day. It also doesn't have a flash on the camera, but I don't take many pictures so that doesn't bother me. I also found a review of the phone on cnet reviews. The Samsung Vibrant was given 4 out of 5
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2011 for the course ALG 106b taught by Professor Kale during the Spring '10 term at American InterContinental University Dunwoody.

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