With all the news lately about mobile phones leaks, I was curious about how mobile phones work.
I know the latest case had little to do with the phones memories, and it was all because of a security flaw from a cloud-based storage service, but anyway, it got me into thinking.
So, how does the storage system of a mobile phone (be it MicroSD cards or internal memories) work?
Mobile Dialer is nothing but mobile based software used to make calls from your mobile phones through VoIP. Making international calls through VoIP is really cheap and Mobile Dialer Software makes it possible through your handset from anywhere at anytime. The mobile dialer is developed keeping a particular mobile OS in mind.
I am trying to find any information about the usages of databases in mobile phones (mobile applications). In particular, I would greatly appreciate any pointers to published reports/sources which characterize how much CPU cycles and energy is spent for DB operations in mobile applications.
With the trend in mobile phones heading towards lower cost devices, I am not looking forward to the next few years in mobile. Every day you read on these forums about the coming low cost phones. I personally am not looking forward to low cost cheaply made phones. It is like we are stepping back in time. What are your thoughts?
My family is going over to a family value T-Mobile plan, so I need to hook them up with some phones. I personally like the Galaxy series, and probably want at least one of them to be a Galaxy S Vibrant. The other smartphone could be another brand. Dad wants a dumbphone still. Let me know what you've got.
Summary: Want two smartphones, one of them Galaxy S (or SII :)), and one dumbphone.