JSEA  Vol.8 No.3 , March 2015
Comparative Analysis of Operating System of Different Smart Phones
Abstract: Nowadays rapidly increasing technology is mobile phone technology in telecommunication sector. This mobile device technology has great effect on everyone’s life. This technology has reduced the burden of people in their daily life. To manage the rising demand for such mobile devices, numerous operating systems came in the market as a platform upon which modern application can be produced. As a result, numbers of platforms and essential depository describe these platforms; customers may or may not be aware of these platforms that are appropriate for their needs. In order to solve this issue, we examine the most famous mobile phone operating systems to decide which operating system is most suitable for developers, business applications as well as casual use. In this paper we make assessment on the popular operating systems of mobile devices available in the business market, and on behalf of such assessment we distinguish that operating system OS is much useful of its particular characteristics compared with other systems.
Cite this paper: Ahmad, N. , Boota, M. and Masoom, A. (2015) Comparative Analysis of Operating System of Different Smart Phones. Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 8, 114-126. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2015.83012.

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