All About Smartphones

By Butter Cup

Intro

 

Have you ever wondered if a smartphone has replaced something? Well if you keep reading than you’ll find out. You’ll learn about replacements, what it is, history, and cool apps!

 

Replacements

 

This paragraph is about what the smartphone has replaced. According to ehow.com the smartphone has replaced the Landline Telephones, Clocks, Standalone GPS Devices, Cameras, Gaming Devices, Music Players, and Computers. Those are some things the smartphone has replaced. I think that this is cool because I never knew the smartphone had replaced so many things!

 

What It Is

 

This paragraph is about Siri. According to consumerreports.org, one of the reasons the iPhone is so awesome is because of its voice-command app called Siri.  When you say, "Siri," the iPhone will say, "What do you want?"  Then you can just talk to it like a regular human, like, "Where is the nearest McDonald's?"  Siri will search the Internet and give you a map to the nearest McDonald's! I think this is cool because I wish my little brother was like Siri!

 

This paragraph is about the Android (how great it is compared to the iPhone). According to consumerreports.org the Android is awesome because it's very sensitive.  You just barely touch the screen and it flicks.  Also it has a very good display of the screen.  It looks so real. I think this is cool because I think my sister is that sensitive!

 

History

 

This paragraph is what the first smartphone was called. According to buseness2community.com, the very first smartphone was called the IBM Simon.  This History channel said that the smartphone was invented in 1992.  The first people who saw it were at Las Vegas, Nevada. I think this is cool because now I know all about the first smartphone!

 

 

Cool Apps

 

This paragraph is about an app that helps you see the stars. According to pcworld.com there's an app called "Pocket Universe."  When you point it at the sky, it will show you where the planets and stars are!  It will give you names of constellations, like the Big Dipper.  It will also tell you when meteor showers (shooting stars) are coming, and other reports.  I think this is cool because I would love to see the stars!