Pda Phones: Public Display of Activeness

By: Cera Paul

This is the era of technology. Technological growth across many sectors has proved that we, the people, are doing an exceptional job in today's fast-paced life. Take for example, the communication sector. A few years back, we had to completely rely on fixed line phones to make and receive calls. On many occasions, phone lines were not clear resulting in significant time consumption in making and receiving a call. Then came the cordless phones that worked as a breather for those who didn't want to glued to those clumsy wires. But cordless phones had its limitations. In such a case mobile phones were the ultimate resorts which people could have completely rely on.

Till now, mobile phones are the smartest choice for one and all.

Over the last few years, mobile phones have seen some transitional stages with each offering something better to the mobile enthusiasts. PDA phones are another segment which has impeccably flourished during the last 2-3 years. PDA stands for Personal Digital Assistant and these devices carry added features and functions. Whether you are a busy bureaucrat or an executive, PDA phones are a must have. Most of these smartphones like HTC Touch Dual, Nokia E90 communicator, XDA III, Qtek 9090, HTC Shift, HTC S710 etc. come with functions like Document Viewer (MS Word, Excel, PowePoint, PDF), handwriting recognition, multiple connectivity options, QWERTY keyboards, faster processors, standard ROM and RAM etc.

Presently, PDA phones from BlackBerry, i-mate, HTC, Simoco are becoming very popular among the people. These companies have brought several PDA phones into the market with noticeable customer satisfaction. Many a PDA phones also incorporate features like built-in music player, imaging facility, memory expansion, lifelike games and so on. For the ease of use and numbers of functions inculcated in them, PDA phones are generally bigger in size than the normal mobile phones.

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