Smartphone Daily Use Full Forms You Should Know
There are many technical terms used in mobile phone-world. We have brought you some smartphone daily use full forms you should know :-
GSM : Global System Mobile
CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access
GPRS : General Packet Radio Service
SIM : Subscriber Identification Module
UEM : Universal Energy Manager
LCD : Liquid Crystal Display
MMC : Multimedia Card
ROM : Read Only Memory
RAM : Random Access Memory
HDD : Hard Disk Drive
C.P.U : Central Processing Unit
USB : Universal Serial Bus
R.F : Radio Frequency 8899
UFS : Universal Flashing system
I.F. IC : Intermediate Frequency IC / Hagga LED : Light Emitting Diode
LDR : Light Depended register
PWR : Power
CHR : Charger
PLL : Phase Lock Loop
AC : Alternate Current
BGA : Ball Grid Array. A.F : Audio Frequency
RF : Radio Frequency
RTC : Real Time Clock
PFO : Power Frequency / Amplifier Oscillator
IMEI : International Mobile Equipment Identity
ANT : Antenna
PCB : Printed Circuit Board
DC : Direct Current
VIB : Vibrator
+ve : Positive
-ve : Negative
I/P : Input
O/P : Output
SSB : Single Side Band
Mob : Mobile
PDC : Personal Digital Cellular
SP : Service Provider
AMPS : Advance Mobile Phone Service
DCS : Digital Cellular System
PCS : Personal Communication System
LTE : Long Term Evolution
OS : Operating System
OTG : On The Go
Smartphone Daily Use Full Forms You Should Know: –
2G / 3G This refers to 2nd generation and 3rd generation of mobile networks. 3G networks offer a much faster connection than 2G – with video calling, web browsing and multimedia downloads up to seven times faster than standard 2G networks.
3.5G See HSDPA
4G Fourth generation. The next generation of mobile communication standards. 4G offers data transfer speeds up to ten times faster than 3G. Currently only available to half the population.
BlackBerry Smartphones characterized by their ‘Qwerty’ keyboards (see below) and push email technology. Blackberry smartphones run their own OS.
Camera Resolutions of three and five megapixels (MP) are now commonly available with 8MP available on top models.
Dongle In the ‘mobile’ world the word dongle is used to describe the small USB device that enables laptops to use mobile broadband.
GPS Global Positioning System technology which uses satellites to determine the location of your phone/device.
HSDPA (3.5G) High-Speed Down-link Packet Access – An improvement to 3G networks – sometimes called 3.5 G. It enables networks to provide fast data transfer and internet access at speeds of up to four to five times that of 3G.
iOS Apple’s operating system. This OS is known as ‘closed source’ meaning that developers cannot modify the system. iOS is only available on Apple devices, such as the iPhone or iPad.
SAR Specific Absorption Ratio, a measure of how much radiation a phone emits when signalling. The legal SAR limit in the EU and UK is set at 2.0 (W/kg in 10 g of tissue). All phones are tested to ensure they comply before they can be sold in this country.