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The smart phone development is the most exciting and crucial step for mobile internet. The first smartphone in the world was Motorola A6188 in year 2000. Since then, the smartphone industry has been developing continually. New manufacturers continue to seek a place in the market, while older, more established companies try to obtain their market share. Therefore, the most crucial step for smartphone industry is how to use innovation to face the challenge of competitors from both the smartphone industry and other intelligent devices in the future. 4 aspects of innovation will play an important role for the samrtphone industry development: multi-core technology, larges screen trend, cloud and integration technology, and near-field communication (NFC).

Introduction:

The smart phone development is the most exciting and crucial step for mobile internet. At the beginning when smart phone market rose, cell phone manufacturers started to focus on software but not hardware. The destination of innovation is to satisfy the customers’ needs, and to share a big portion of the market. As we all know, smartphones can do everything from acting as a GPS, to allowing you to video call someone on the other side of the world. Moving forwards smartphones will continue to be disruptive, as they are one of the key components in the movement towards the “internet of things”. In the future, smartphones are expected to be reflected in four major areas of innovation: multi-core, larger screen, cloud integration, near-field communication (NFC).

Multi-core

In the article “Multi-core the mobile phones”, it said that “multi-core technology makes high speed and efficiency of smartphone processors possible”. The benefits of multi-core phone is that redundant core can be turned off to save battery consumption, and also it reduces the temperature while proccesing. In this…...

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