Mobile phone that includes personal digital assistant facilities
Smartphones integrate PDA-type functionality into a voice-centric handset comparable in size to today's mobile phones. Smartphones give you a choice to communicate via voice or text along with the ability to access information and services (mobile internet browing) so you can stay in touch while on the go. Smartphones are also capable of PC synching so that they can offer their users the ability to access applications such as MS Outlook.
a term typically used to describe a next-generation device that combines the functionality of a mobile phone with the enhanced features found in a PDA. Functions such as calendar, telephone book, e-mail, to-do lists, spreadsheets, word processors, and wireless Internet access are typical.
A combination of a mobile phone and a pocket computer. These are becoming ever popular.
a combination wireless phone and personal digital assistant (or PDA), which stores contact information, notes, an appointment calendar and
a device that has all the features of a mobile phone and most of the features of a PDA such as calendar, email, web browsing and office applications
a device with integrated PDA and cell phone functions and on which a user can install additional applications
a hybrid device that combines a mobile phone and a PDA into a feature packed handheld device
a mobile device combining the capabilities of a wireless phone with PDA-type functionality
a mobile phone that adds PDA functionality
a MobilePhone that has PersonalDigitalAssistant (PDA) type capabilities
a mobile phone with built-in functions of a personal digital assistant
a mobile phone with data capabilities, powered by an operating system capable of running third party software
an all-in-one mobile communicator providing email, fax, paging, and Internet access
an electronic handheld device that integrates the combined functions of a mobile phone and personal digital assistant or any other information appliance
a new category of mobile device that can run computer-like applications such as email, web browsing and enterprise software, and can also have built-in music players, video recorders, and other multimedia features
a PDA in phone's clothing
a single device for wireless voice and data communication
a voice centric device, with a smaller screen, no touch screen, and with a UI that facilitates single hand operation
A digital cellular phone that has text messaging, Web access and other data services along with voice. See smartphone.
A telephone that provides additional information accessing features. Any mobile telephone that combines voice services with e-mail, fax, pager or Internet access is called a smart phone.
(noun and proper noun)(noun) A mobile phone that also has the capabilities of a pda. 2. (proper noun) Name of the edition of the Windows Mobile operating system that runs on devices that have both pda and telephone capabilities but whose screens do not react to touch.
Wikipedia defines 'smartphone' as any handheld device that integrates personal information management functions, e.g. calendar, clock, diary and email functions, and mobile phone capabilities in the same device.
A general term describing any device which is a combination of a mobile phone and a PDA. Smartphones differ from normal phones in that they have an operating system and local storage, so that the user or corporation can add information and applications to the phone as they could with a PDA. The term 'Smartphone' includes such devices as Blackberry s and O2's XDA range.
A portable device that combines a wireless phone, email and web access and an organizer into a single, integrated piece of hardware.
A cellular phone with extended capabilities, including RSS. These phones typically are the more recent models that can surf the Internet or have text messaging type features.
Smart telephone (phone + portable computer). Its characteristic features include: operating system with software library and large display.
A generic name for voice centric mobile phones with information capability. The Ericsson R380 Smartphone is an example of such a Symbian OS phone.
a combination of mobile phone and personal digital assistant.
A combination of a phone and a handheld computer allowing the user to store information, work with emails and install programs.
A mobile telephone that now features a large colour screen and will probably also have a Java capability.
A hand held device equipped with advanced computer and organisational functions combined with a wireless phone.
Generic term for a combined handheld computer and mobile phone.
A category of mobile phones that supports both wireless data and voice capabilities. Smartphones include enhanced software and applications, including operating systems such as Palm OS and Windows Mobile. In addition to telephone functionality, features on a smartphone might include email, Internet access and remote access to corporate databases. See Also: Palm OS, Windows Mobile
A mobile phone integrated with a PDA, providing the benefits of both devices to users.
Wireless phones that offer a significant number of features and often a keyboard. What makes these phones "smart" is their ability to handle data calls in addition to voice calls.
The term smartphone has special computer-enabled features not previously associated with telephones. Extra functions include Wireless email, Internet, Web browsing, Intercom function, Personal information management, Online banking, Data transfer between phone set and computers and interactivity with unified messaging.
A cell phone enabled with wireless data service that may be used by merchants to submit payment transactions.
A category of mobile phones that integrates wireless data and voice capabilities on one handset. An example of a multi-faceted Smartphone is the Kyocera 7135. Using a smartphone, a salesperson might make calls, send e-mails and access corporate databases remotely via this device. Smartphones are equipped with enhanced software and applications, including operating systems such as the Palm OS, Symbian and Windows Mobile. See also Palm OS, Symbian and Windows Mobile.
A combination of a mobile phone and a pocket computer such as the Sony Ericsson P910i.
A combination handheld computer and mobile phone offering wireless Internet access as well as voice communications.
A smartphone is a full-featured mobile phone with personal computer like functionality. Most smartphones are camera phones that support full featured email capabilities with the functionality of a complete personal organizer. An important feature of most smartphones is that applications for enhanced data processing and connectivity can be installed on the devicehttp://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid40_gci330613,00.html Smartphone definition, by contrast to regular phones which support sandboxed applications.