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smart phones

(smahrt fōnz)
Mobile phone that allows for advanced computing and connectivity.
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Under this program, about 110,000 smart phones are being distributed throughout province in first phase and 30,000 smart phones would be distributed in Faisalabad division.
All of our smart phones are running Android free of bloatware without any additions or modifications, which is the most missing customers and the public phone in the past period.
Yes, it's possible because people lived without smart phones for thousands of years.
At a ceremony held to celebrate the placement of first smart phones order, Rizwan Majid, CEO Advance Telecom, reiterated the commitment that Advance Telecom has made to Nokia phones by voluntarily deciding to dedicate all its efforts and resources to Nokia smart phones.
We received information that a gang used forged documents to obtain Etisalat numbers and smart phones.
8 million smart phones in the last quarter of 2015.
Reportedly the smart phones anticipated to be launched in 2016, an Honor series prodigy is also in store.
As it is quite clearly stated in the report released by this company, the increase in the sales growth is because of the major contributions from the high-end smart phones of Huawei which are P8, Mate 7 and Honor series.
Using smart phones as auxiliary imaging devices, we noticed that medical students spend more time on microscopy teaching sessions, do not get bored, and speak with each other about the images.
1mm thick metal body design of Hisense MIRA6 looks similar to Apple's iPhone smart phones.
The Jennifer solution for smart phones includes industrial-grade accessories to create a rugged, secure, and economical solution for the warehouse, said Jennifer Lachenman, VP of product strategy at Lucas Systems.
Release date- 23052013 - Alternative text input methods for smart phones offer substantial benefits to users and are comparable with common typing speeds found on computer keyboards, according to research by Loughborough University's Design School.