Mobile Phones: not Mere Communication Devices Any More!

By: Martin Dev

Few of us like to keep things within us. Most like to express and make the other human being participate in the emotional state of that individual is in. And in the aid of successful communication mobile phones are medium that by virtue of their wireless being stand before one and all as the most comfortable medium of expressing self. Add to it the multimedia and graphics. Mobile phones almost suddenly transform into the most convenient medium of expressing self. Add to all the terms of business processing and there the wireless and portability factor makes a mobile phone the perfect accessory to be sought help in the times of need of a communication which is lightening fast and available to be initiated form almost anywhere.

Kudos to the efforts laid by mobile network service providers major mobile phone manufacturing companies.

Because of their efforts, mobile phones to day come in an array of price range and stopped to remain as mere communication devices. Rigorous R&Ds from the makers and network service providers of mobile phones fast paced the advancements in telecommunication technology that on aid from superior microelectronics architecture resulted into astounding miniaturization of once'sbulky tools of communication. And because of the compound impact of all, we stand to experience 3G, broadband communication, lightning fast internet browsing and mobile TV.

Now seeing a Nokia 'N' or 'E' series phone we started to draw a parallel to what computers have become today; a W series hot-shot from Sony Ericsson forces us to give a second thought to our long-liked so called hi-fi music system. Because of all advancements, if there are better representatives of digital cameras, found simply as an add-on in the functioning of a mobile phone, there are powerful internet browsers with capabilities of GPS and PDAs. The state of this rapid progression lends reasons to dream for a future of mobility laden with possibilities galore. Aren't we all looking forward to it?

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