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Boeing Black

Boeing Black is a secure Android smartphone built by Boeing and BlackBerry Limited, targeted for government and military defense communities, and people "that need to keep communications and data secure". In February 27, 2014, Boeing filed with t ...

                                               

Camera phone

A camera phone is a mobile phone which is able to capture photographs and often record video using one or more built-in digital cameras. It can also send the resulting image over the telephone function. The first commercial camera phone was the K ...

                                               

Dual front

The main advantage of using a dual fronted device is the enhanced ease of use by having distinctive functions for each side. For example, having a mobile phone with a dual front for the camera encourages the user to hold the phone horizontally wh ...

                                               

Dual SIM

Some mobile phones support use of two SIM cards, described as dual SIM operation. When a second SIM card is installed, the phone either allows users to switch between two separate mobile network services manually, has hardware support for keeping ...

                                               

Enhanced Network Selection

E nhanced N etwork S election extends GSM by making it possible for a GSM cellular device to be "homed" OTA to different networks. This made it possible for Cingular Wireless, while it was still operating two networks post merger with AT&T Wi ...

                                               

FastPort

The FastPort was a proprietary polyconnection interface used on all Sony Ericsson cellphones between 2005 and 2010. Designed in response to Nokias proprietary Pop-Port, FastPort provided data transfer, charging, headset and speaker connections th ...

                                               

Field test mode

Field test mode or field test display is a software application often pre-installed on mobile phones that provides the user with technical details, statistics relating to the mobile phone network and allows the user to run hardware tests on the p ...

                                               

Firefly (mobile phone)

There are five main keys on the phone, along with several more secondary button: Two buttons to control the volume visualized by two arrows left side button An "End Call" button visualized by a red phone An emergency 9-1-1 button visualized by sm ...

                                               

Generic Q5 TV Mobile cellphone

Generic Q5 TV Mobile cellphone Dual SIM card is a generic phone, made in China and designed based in the BlackBerry Q5 cellphone. This phone comes under different brand names and colors, it has a microSD card slot in the back, and may come with 1 ...

                                               

Hagenuk MT-2000

Hagenuk MT-2000 was a mobile phone device launched in 1994. The device was designed and manufactured by Hagenuks development centre in Stovring, Denmark. The phone was, together with its predecessor Hagenuk MT-900 from 1992, some of the first mob ...

                                               

Hiptop Included Software

The Hiptop email client supports multiple mail accounts with folders, and can display attached images, PDF files and Microsoft Word documents. Officially, the client only supports POP3 mail accounts. However, the configuration dialog allows you t ...

                                               

Lenovo A6000

Sensors: Accelerometer, proximity Weight: 128 g GPU: Adreno 306 WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot Rear Camera: 8.0 MP Front Camera: 1.3 MP 2 MP for "plus" variant CPU: Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 Battery: Lithium-ion Polymer 2300 mAh Chipset: Qu ...

                                               

Lenovo IdeaPhone A820

Lenovo IdeaPhone A820 is a dual-SIM, quad-core MediaTek MT6589 based smartphone belonging to the A series which is an entry-level group of Lenovo mobile communication products. It has been introduced to the market in March 2013.

                                               

Lenovo IdeaPhone K900

The Lenovo K900. has a 1080p 5.5-inch screen using IPS technology. The K900s screen has more than 400 pixels per inch and is made with Cornings Gorilla Glass 2. The K900 is 6.9 mm thick and weighs 162 grams. The K900 case is made with a composite ...

                                               

Mobile panic

Mobile Panic is a term developed to explain mobile media and communication crisis. Young people especially are exposed to this panic and have become targets. Examples such as mobile sexting or under age app and social media use, exposes children ...

                                               

Mobile phone accessories

Cases, which are designed to attach to, support, or otherwise hold a smartphone, are popular accessories. Case measures are based on the display inches e.g. 5 inch display. There are different types: Screen protection and body films Drop and shoc ...

                                               

Mobile processor

A mobile processor is found in mobile computers and cellphones. A CPU chip is designed for portable computers. It is typically housed in a smaller chip package, but more importantly, in order to run cooler, it uses lower voltages than its desktop ...

                                               

Moto Z3

The Moto Z3 is an Android smartphone developed by Motorola Mobility, as the successor to the Moto Z2 Force Edition. It is the worlds first 5G-upgradable smartphone. Like all of Motorolas smartphones in the Moto Z series, it supports Motorolas mag ...

                                               

MTS 945

The MTS 945 GLONASS was the worlds first smartphone that was compatible with GLONASS. The phone was available from Mobile TeleSystems, and was built by Qualcomm and ZTE. The phone was released on March 31, 2011. The phone was discontinued followi ...

                                               

Multi-tap

Multi-tap refers to a text entry system for mobile phones. The alphabet is printed under each key in a three-letter sequence as follows; ABC under 2 key, DEF under 3 key, etc. Exceptions are the "7" key, which adds a letter, and the "9" key which ...

                                               

Ninetology Vox

The Ninetology Vox is a dual band GSM 900/1800 color mobile phone manufactured by Ninetology with dual SIM capabilities. It was announced in November 2012 via a campaign called VOX G.O.L.D Fund that aimed to raise donations funds for Yayasan Maha ...

                                               

Nokia Lumia 505

The Nokia Lumia 505 is a budget smartphone developed by Nokia that runs Microsofts Windows Phone 7.8 operating system. It was announced in December 2012 as a Telcel-exclusive device and became available in early January 2013 in Mexico. In late Ja ...

                                               

Oppo R15 Pro

The OPPO R15 Pro has a 6.28-inch AMOLED capacitive display, Octa-core 4x2.2 GHz Kryo 260 & 4x1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage that can be expanded using microSD cards up to 256 GB. The ...

                                               

Phone theme

A phone theme or phone skin refers to the general look and feel of a mobile phone’s user interface. It includes color schemes for menus and highlights, background images and, for Series 60 themes, user and folder icons. A theme package contains g ...

                                               

PowerSource (phone brand)

PowerSource, or "hybrid" phones, are specialized cellular devices used by customers of the American telecommunications company Sprint-Nextel. They are distinct from other mobile phones in that they make use of two cellular networks instead of a s ...

                                               

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2015)

The Samsung Galaxy A7 is an Android phablet manufactured by Samsung Electronics and released in February 2015. Samsung Galaxy A7 is a successor to the Samsung Galaxy A7. The Samsung Galaxy A7 is not available in the United States. Samsung Galaxy ...

                                               

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2015)

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is an Android phablet produced by Samsung Electronics. It was introduced on July 15, 2015. Following its release, the Galaxy A8 is available Banned in 2018 For New Model A8 & A8+.

                                               

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016)

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is an Android phablet produced by Samsung Electronics. It was introduced on September 30, 2016 by South Korean telecom provider SK Telecom. Unlike most Galaxy A series smartphones, the Galaxy A8 has a better processor simila ...

                                               

Samsung Galaxy Grand Max

Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 Other: South Korea Model supports T-DMB & Smart DMB Sensors: Accelerometer, proximity, gyroscope. IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen Memory: 1.5 GB RAM GPU: Adreno 306 WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, Wi ...

                                               

Samsung Omnia M

The Samsung Omnia M is a budget smartphone developed by Samsung. Part of the Omnia series, it was announced in May 2012 and released in July 2012 in the European market. The phone also became available in China on China Mobile and China Unicom, a ...

                                               

Spigen

Spigen Inc, commonly known as Spigen, is an American mobile phone accessory maker based in the United States that makes cases, screen protectors and other accessories for popular smartphone models. Spigen launched a copyright claim against Essent ...

                                               

Twelve South

Twelve South employs a small team of workers and aims to design, produce and manufacture a handful of select new accessories for Apple products every year; their motto is "Were not just Mac friendly, were Apple only." The company was set up in 20 ...

                                               

Verykool

verykool is a series of mobile phones, tablets and accessories by Hipercell USA LLC, a company with headquarters in Miami, FL. The line was launched in 2006 by Infosonics Inc. and includes accessories, cell phones, tablets and smartphones. The ve ...

                                               

ZTE Orbit

The ZTE Orbit is a budget smartphone developed by ZTE that runs Microsofts Windows Phone 7.5 operating system. It was announced on February 27, 2012 and became available in September 2012. The Orbit is the first Windows Phone device to include ne ...

                                               

Modo (wireless device)

The Modo was a wireless device developed by Scout electromedia and was officially announced on August 28th, 2000. Utilizing pager networks, the device was designed to provide city-specific "lifestyle" content such as restaurant & bar reviews, mov ...

                                               

Motorola Minitor

The Motorola Minitor is a portable, analog, receive only, voice pager typically carried by fire, rescue, and EMS personnel to alert of emergencies. The Minitor, slightly smaller than a pack of cigarettes, is carried on a person and usually left i ...

                                               

Motorola Pageboy

Motorola Pageboy was the second pager ever produced by Motorola with individual-unit addressing, after the less known 1955 Pager called "Handie-Talkie Radio Pocket Pager". The first pager-like system was used in 1921 by the Detroit Police Departm ...

                                               

Motorola Pageboy II

The Motorola pager was a small radio receiver that delivered a message individually or widespread to those carrying the device. The first successful consumer pager was Motorola’s Pageboy I which was introduced in 1974. This type without display c ...

                                               

PocketGenie

PocketGenie was an embedded wireless application developed for two-way pagers in 1997. At the time WAP was commonplace for mobile services; PocketGenie utilized HTML and URL links. It was the first commercial wireless service for RIM and Motorola ...

                                               

United States v. Knotts

United States v. Knotts, 460 U.S. 276, was a United States Supreme Court case regarding the use of an electronic surveillance device. The defendants argued that the use of this device was a Fourth Amendment violation. The device in question was d ...

                                               

Radio receiver

In radio communications, a radio receiver, also known as a receiver, wireless or simply radio is an electronic device that receives radio waves and converts the information carried by them to a usable form. It is used with an antenna. The antenna ...

                                               

Communications receiver

A communications receiver is a type of radio receiver used as a component of a radio communication link. This is in contrast to a broadcast receiver which is used to receive radio broadcasts. A communication receiver receives parts of the radio s ...

                                               

Direct-conversion receiver

A direct-conversion receiver, also known as homodyne, synchrodyne, or zero-IF receiver, is a radio receiver design that demodulates the incoming radio signal using synchronous detection driven by a local oscillator whose frequency is identical to ...

                                               

Measuring receiver

In telecommunication, a measuring receiver or measurement receiver is a calibrated laboratory-grade radio receiver designed to measure the characteristics of radio signals. The parameters of such receivers can usually be adjusted over a much wide ...

                                               

Plath GmbH

The company specialises in communication intelligence for tactical COMMS ESM and strategic applications COMINT on the one hand, as well as applications for maritime routing and search and rescue support on the other. With its products and systems ...

                                               

Preselector

A preselector is a name for an electronic device that connects between a radio antenna and a radio receiver. The preselector is a band-pass filter that blocks troublesome out-of-tune frequencies from passing through from the antenna into the radi ...

                                               

Radio receiver design

Radio receiver design includes the electronic design of different components of a radio receiver which processes the radio frequency signal from an antenna in order to produce usable information such as audio. The complexity of a modern receiver ...

                                               

Reflex receiver

A reflex radio receiver, occasionally called a reflectional receiver, is a radio receiver design in which the same amplifier is used to amplify the high-frequency radio signal and low-frequency audio signal. It was first invented in 1914 by Germa ...

                                               

S meter

Not to be confused with Field strength meter, nor with S-units used in mathematics. An S meter is an indicator often provided on communications receivers, such as amateur radio receivers or shortwave broadcast receivers. The scale markings are de ...

                                               

Shortwave radio receiver

A shortwave radio receiver is a radio receiver that can receive one or more shortwave bands, between 1.6 and 30 MHz. A shortwave radio receiver often receives other broadcast bands, such as FM radio, Longwave and Mediumwave. Shortwave radio recei ...