Traducción de smartphone en Español:


teléfono inteligente, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsmɑrtˌfoʊn//ˈsmɑːtfəʊn/


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    teléfono inteligente masculino
    • The most obvious option - the acquisition of a proven smartphone operating system and hardware design team - doesn't exist.
    • Despite this scepticism about mobile apps there's better news for makers of smartphones and PDAs from the survey.
    • Still, as more handsets invariably take on PDA functionality, it's hard to see PDAs out-selling smartphones for very much longer.
    • As smartphones and wireless-enabled PDAs evolve, business users can conceivably replace their personal computers.
    • One thing's for sure, those wanting to access corporate data on the move can now choose from a variety of solutions from smartphones to lug-able laptops.
    • The other factor that will be important in achieving a broader market for smartphones will be the operating system.
    • Now smartphones and wireless PDAs are creating new applications, as they become slim mobile clients.
    • It's not an operating system for smartphones - more a smart system for operating phones.
    • So, are we about to see a blanket ban on smartphones, and on notebook computers, in the air?
    • Your view to this, about PDAs and smartphones being the same thing, except for connectivity, is interesting.
    • With smartphones equipped with megapixel cameras due later this year, that generate ever larger images, this will become even more expensive.
    • However, PDAs will face increasing competition from smartphones and other converged multimedia devices offering similar functionalities over the forecast period.
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    • But at just 1.7 per cent of the handset market, smartphones remain a minority interest among mobile phone users.
    • Despite all the anxiety and industry noise surrounding the choice of operating systems for smartphones, the final arbiter is user experience.
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    • Currently, Wi-Fi is mainly available in laptops, smartphones and as part of a broadband home gateway, all devices that are priced at several hundred dollars or more.
    • Both PDAs and smartphones are personal devices that offer a natural home for your address book.
    • The new strategy reverses their plans, announced in July, to launch a smartphone.
    • Some argue that 3G itself is a form of FMC, as are IP-enabled smartphones that can download applications.