SmartPeople Get SmartPhones

By Mr. Penguin Face

Intro

 

Knock, knock, knock.  Ding-dong.  SomeoneÕs at my door.  But IÕm in Hawaii! How will I answer my door while IÕm getting a suntan in Hawaii?  If you want to know the answer, you must read my report about smartphones.  In this report, I will teach you what a smartphone is. After that, you will find out some history about smartphones.  Finally (if youÕre nice), IÕll teach you about some really cool apps you can run on your smartphone.  Ding-dong. Okay!  IÕm coming!  IÕm coming!

 

 

What It Is

 

This paragraph is about Siri. Give credit. Share your research (in your own words). Add your own flavor!

 

 

This paragraph is about the Android (how great it is compared to the iPhone). According to Consumer reports, 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. This is cool because it reminds me of a little paper football that you can ÒflickÓ with your finger.

 

This paragraph is about the iPhone (how great it is compared to the Android). According to Consumer Reports, The iPhone has an incredible screen.  You can zoom in quickly.  It is really High Def. It has a front-facing camera. It has a gyroscope which means it knows what direction it is.  I think this is cool because the gyroscope is like a physical GPS.  You can stand on your head, and it will know it. You can do a triple-flip and it will know it.

 

History

This paragraph is what the first smartphone was called. According to Business 2 Community, 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. This is cool because I have a teacher from church who has a dog named Simon.  Plus, IÕve been to Las Vegas.

 

 

CoolApps

This paragraph is about an app that helps you see the stars. According to Mitchell Ashley, 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.) This is cool because it reminds of an elephant that canÕt fit in my pocket.  WouldnÕt it surprise my ugly teacher if I pulled out an elephant from my pocket?

 

 

This paragraph is about an app that helps you play guitar.  Give credit. Share your research (in your own words). Add your own flavor!

 

This paragraph is about how smartphones can help save you money at the store. Give credit. Share your research (in your own words). Add your own flavor!

 

 

Conclusion

 

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