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A Presentation on MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM Presented By:

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Types of MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM 1] Symbian OS 2] Android OS 3] iPhone OS (iOS ) 4] BlackBerry OS 5] Windows Phone 7 ( Windows Mobile ) 6] Palm OS (Garnet OS) 7] Palm webOS 8] Bada 9] Maemo OS 10] MeeGo OS



Symbian teammembers:

Symbian teammembers Ines Santos Joachim Laus Juha Hollanti Sven Heremans Thomas Hoffner Thomas Wachnik Intensive Programme

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction Symbian’s Introduction  The Smartphone operating system Symbian OS is produced by the software development and licensing company Symbian Ltd.  Symbian Ltd was established in June 1998 and is headquartered in Southwark in the UK, and the current CEO is Nigel Clifford. Research We had in mind Symbian’s background, the whole history and development behind this operating system, his capabilities, security, performance and so on. Hardware support and connectivity were, as well, one of our research points. The native language of the Symbian OS is C++, there for, our research will passes through the programming languages that can be used on Symbian.  The advantages and limitations will be the last tasks we’ll talk about.

2. Platform:

2. Platform Network Connectivity Which evolution in the various versions? Symbian OS 6.0 and 6.1 (also called ER6 ): Bluetooth was added for exchanging data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices. (2002) Symbian OS 7.0 and 7.0s: This version added EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) support and IPV6. (2003) Symbian OS 8.0: There are not great evolution has shared some API’s to support 3G. Intensive Programme

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2. Platform Network Connectivity Which evolution in the various versions? Symbian OS 9.1: Change of version 1.2 for the Bluetooth has version 2.0 where the difference is the introduction of an Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) for faster data transfer. Symbian OS 9.3: The WIFI 802.11 and the HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) appear on Symbian OS. Symbian Os 9.5: This last version includes native-support for mobile digital television broadcasts in DVB-H and ISDB-T formats and also location services. Intensive Programme

2. Platform:

2. Platform This Operating System is used in Nokia ’s mobiles Intensive Programme

3. Software development:

3. Software development Development requirements The right SDK S60 UIQ MOAP The IDE-tool of your choice Intensive Programme

3. Software development:

3. Software development IDE and Tools What is IDE* ? An IDE is a software application that allows the computer programmer to develop software for a certain platform. An IDE normally has a: source editor, compiler and/or interpreter and debugger. * Integrated Development Environment or also known as integrated design environment or integrated debugging environment . Intensive Programme

3. Software development:

3. Software development Which IDE ? Carbide C++ CodeWarrior Visual C++

Programing languages:

Programing languages Symbian OS offers a choice of programming languages to the developer. Symbian OS is written in C++ , and this is therefore regarded as its primary programming language. Intensive Programme

Programing languages:

Programing languages  Java 2nd the most important programing language on Symbian OS . Others programing languages which you can use on Symbian; JavaSript , Assembler , WMLScript , C# , Visual Basic , OPL and so on… Intensive Programme

4. Overall Evaluation :

4. Overall Evaluation Conclusion Manufacturs point-of-view Strong Operating System Established value Developers point-of-view Developing for Symbian brings limitations. A Symbian developer will only develop for Symbian. Is that interesting? Intensive Programme

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TEAM MEMBERS Martin Jantscher – FH Joanneum Mohammed Talhaoui – Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen Denis De Vos – Haute Ecole Provinciale de Mons-Borinage-Centre Ivan Cunha – Escola Superior de Comunicação Social Artur Roszcyk – Wyzsza Szkola Informatyki Mikhail Datsyuk – Central Ostrobothnia Introduction

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What is Android? A software platform and operating system for mobile devices Based on the Linux kernel Developed by Google and later the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) Allows writing managed code in the Java language Possibility to write applications in other languages and compiling it to ARM native code (support of Google? No) Unveiling of the Android platform was announced on 5 November 2007 with the founding of OHA 1. Introduction

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Operating System(s) Android uses Linux for its device drivers, memory management, process management, and networking. The next level up contains the Android native libraries. They are all written in C/C++ internally, but you’ll be calling them through Java interfaces. In this layer you can find the Surface Manager, 2D and 3D graphics, Media codecs, the SQL database (SQLite), and a native web browser engine (WebKit). Dalvik Virtual Machine. Dalvik runs dex files, which are coverted at compile time from standard class and jar files. 2. Platform

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Network Connectivity It supports wireless communications using: GSM mobile-phone technology 3G Edge 802.11 Wi-Fi networks 2. Platform

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Security Android is a multi-process system, in which each application (and parts of the system) runs in its own process. Most security between applications and the system is enforced at the process level through standard Linux facilities, such as user and group IDs that are assigned to applications. Additional finer-grained security features are provided through a "permission" mechanism that enforces restrictions on the specific operations that a particular process can perform, and per-URI permissions for granting ad-hoc access to specific pieces of data. 2. Platform

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Future possibilities Google Android Sales to Overtake iPhone in 2012 The OHA is committed to make their vision a reality: to deploy the Android platform for every mobile operator, handset manufacturers and developers to build innovative devices Intel doesn’t want to lose ownership of the netbook market, so they need to prepare for anything, including Android Fujitsu launched an initiative to offer consulting and engineering expertise to help run Android on embedded hardware, which aside from cellphones, mobile internet devices, and portable media players, could include GPS devices, thin-client computers and set-top boxes. More Android devices are coming and some will push the envelope even further 2. Platform

2. Platform :

2. Platform This Operating System is used in Samsung, HTC mobiles.

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Programming Language(s) Java – officially supported C/C++ – also possible but not supported 3. Software development

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Limitations Bluetooth limitations Android doesn't support: Bluetooth stereo Contacts exchange Modem pairing Wireless keyboards But it'll work with Bluetooth headsets, but that's about it Firefox Mobile isn't coming to Android Apps in Android Market need to be programmed with a custom form of Java → Mozilla and the Fennec won't have that 4. Overall evaluation

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Conclusion We can only hope that the next versions of Android have overcome the actual limitations and that the future possibilities became a reality 4. Overall Evaluation


. iPhone OS(iOS)

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TEAM MEMBERS Steve Jobs Steve Wozniak Ronald Wayne Introduction

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iOS (known as iPhone OS prior to June 2010) is Apple's mobile operating system . Apple is company who developed iPhone Operating System (iOS). This OS is released on June 29, 2007. This OS is also used in iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The latest mobile of Apple is iOS 4.3 Golden Master. In this mobile phone iOS 4.3 operating System is used. Introduction

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Network Connectivity It supports wireless communications using: GSM mobile-phone technology 3G CDMA Wi-Fi networks 2. Platform

2. Platform:

2. Platform Game center Game Center is an online multiplayer social gaming network released by Apple . It allows users to invite friends to play a game, start a multiplayer game through matchmaking, track their achievements , and compare their high scores on a leader board . Game Center was announced during an iOS 4 preview event hosted by Apple on April 8, 2010. A preview was released to registered Apple developers in August

2. Platform:

2. Platform This operating system is used in Apple’s products such as iPhone, iPad, Pod Touch .

2. Platform:

2. Platform iPad

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Programming Language(s) Java – officially supported C/C++ – also possible but not supported Objective - C 3. Software development

4. Features:

4. Features Home screen Folders Included applications Multitasking Switching applications Jail breaking

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Conclusion This is the strong operating system but it is so expensive. This is good for look and using. 5. Overall Evaluation


. BlackBerry OS

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction BlackBerry OS is a proprietary mobile operating system, developed by Research In Motion for its BlackBerry line of smartphone handheld devices. The operating system provides multitasking and supports specialized input devices that have been adopted by RIM for use in its handhelds, particularly the trackwheel, trackball, and most recently, the trackpad and touchscreen.

2. Introduction:

2. Introduction This OS supports many languages as follows US English, UK English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Basque, Catalan, Galician, Italian, German, Greek, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Arabic, Hebrew, Indonesian, Thai, Japanese, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Korean.

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2. Introduction The Latest stable is 6.0 ( BlackBerry Torch 9800 ) which is released on August 2010. This mobile supports all latest feature of Blackberry. This version supports 3G, Wi-Fi, GSM mobile phone technology etc.

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Network Connectivity It supports wireless communications using: GSM mobile-phone technology 3G CDMA Wi-Fi networks 2. Platform

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2. Platform This Operating System is used only in Blackberry ’s mobile phones.

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Programming Language(s) This OS is designed in c++ language only. No other language is used for design Blackberry. Blackberry also support JAVA language but not widely. 3. Software development

4. Overall evaluation:

4. Overall evaluation Conclusion This is best operating system but not so popular as Symbian, Android or iPhone in India. So it is not used mostly by people.

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Windows mobile OS

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction Windows Mobile is a mobile operating system developed by Microsoft that was used in smartphones and mobile devices, but is being currently phased out to specialized markets. It is superseded by Windows Phone 7. The current and last version is " Windows Mobile 6.5 ". It is based on the Windows CE 5.2 kernel.

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction Common features Today Screen shows the current date, owner information, upcoming appointments, e-mail messages, and tasks. (Is now Home screen in later WM6.5 builds) The taskbar shows the current time and the volume. Office Mobile a suite of Mobile versions of Microsoft Office applications Outlook Mobile comes with Windows Mobile. Internet Explorer Mobile is an Internet browser developed by Microsoft for Pocket PC and Handheld PC that comes loaded by default with Windows Mobile and Windows CE for Handheld PC. Windows Media Player for Windows Mobile.

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction Client for PPTP VPNs. Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) which in mobile phones allows attached computers to share internet connections via USB and Bluetooth. Coherent file system similar to that of Windows 9x/Windows NT and support for many of the same file types. Ability to multitask.

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction Hardware Windows Mobile Professional runs on (smartphones) with touchscreens Windows Mobile Standard runs on phones with regular screens Windows Mobile Classic which runs on 'Windows Mobile Classic devices ' (Pocket PCs ).

1. Introduction:

1. Introduction There are many types of Windows OS such as: Windows Mobile Classic devices (Pocket PC ) Windows Mobile Smartphones Windows Mobile 2003 Windows Mobile 2003 SE Windows Mobile 5 Windows Mobile 6 Windows Mobile 6.1 Windows Mobile 6.5 Windows Mobile 6.5.1 Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Windows Mobile 6.5.5 Windows Phone 7

2. History:

2. History Windows Mobile's share of the smartphone market has been in decline year-on-year. Gartner research data showed that while the total smartphone industry grew 27% between 2008 and 2009, Windows Mobile's share of the smartphone market fell 2.7% in that same period. In 2004, Windows Mobile accounted for 23% of worldwide smartphone sales. Windows Mobile was projected to overtake Symbian to become the leading mobile OS by 2010. But by 2008, its share had dropped to 14%. Microsoft licensed Windows Mobile to four out of the world's five largest mobile phone manufacturers, with Nokia being the exception. Although Microsoft apparently has 50 handset partners.

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2. History At one time Windows Mobile was the most popular handset for business use, but by 2009 this was no longer the case. An Information Week survey found that 24% of planned business deployments of mobile application were for Windows Mobile, putting it in 3rd place, behind Blackberry (61%) and iPhone (27%). In October 2009 Gartner predicted that by 2012 Windows Mobile would remain the fourth most popular smartphone platform during the rise of Android only due to BlackBerry falling from second to fifth. Samsung announced in November 2009 that it would phase out the Windows Mobile platform, to concentrate on its own Bada operating system, Google's Android, and Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.

3. Software development :

3. Software development Windows OS is programmed in ‘C++’ language. Developers have several options for deploying mobile applications. These include writing native code with Visual C++, writing Managed code that works with the .NET Compact Framework.

4. Overall evaluation:

4. Overall evaluation Conclusion Windows Mobile 5.0 is about providing the strongest base for hardware innovation Rich and robust platform on which to build and deploy Mobile applications Provide the tools needed to build next generation mobile applications Expose device specific capabilities to make “being mobile” a better experience.

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