There are 13 Smartphones web directory related resources in this category!

  • Apple: iPhone
    The official Apple iPhone page. Offers exclusive insight into the device, how it was built and why it's among the top rated smartphones out there. Technical specs can also be viewed, along with options for ordering and buying the phone.
    http://www.apple.com/iphone/

  • BlackBerry: Smartphones
    Official BlackBerry page for their range of offered smartphones. Relays technical specs and provides you with options for buying the devices.
    http://us.blackberry.com/smartphones.html

  • HTC: Smartphones
    The HTC Smartphones page. Offers detailed information about the phones, like technical specs and functionality, along with a list of providers.
    http://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/

  • Wikipedia: Smartphones EP
    The official wiki page for smartphones. Includes general characteristics for the devices, their history and possible future developments.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smartphone

  • Wondershare: TunesGo EP
    A software designed to enable users to share files with Android devices and even organize them into a library for easier searching. It allows you to share files, add tracks, manage playlists and even delete tracks right from your device without having to take them off the iTunes library.
    http://www.wondershare.com/tunesgo/

  • AT&T: Smartphones
    Provider of a wide range of smartphones, from all manufactures. Includes pricing, details about contractual agreements and technical specs for each phone.
    http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/devices/smartphones.html

  • eBay: Smartphones
    The eBay section dedicated to cell phone, smartphone and smartphone accessories. Offers detailed information about the products and user reviews are also offered.
    http://www.ebay.com/electronics/cell-phone-pda

  • Nokia: Smartphones
    Page features all products Nokia has to offer, starting with smartphone, cell phone and even tablets. Detailed information based on country is also available.
    http://www.nokia.com/global/products/products/

  • Samsung: Smartphones
    Page from where you can choose your country, get info on your favorite phones and then view a list of places where you can buy the phones from.
    http://www.samsung.com/consumer/mobile-devices/smartphones/

  • Shopper.com: Smartphones
    Results feature a wide selection of smartphones and the places you can buy them from. Also allows users to compare prices and get details on the products.
    http://shopper.cnet.com/4566-6452_9-0.html

  • Sony: Smartphones
    Official page of Sony's selection of featured smartphones. Offers details on each selection, including technical specs and elaborate descriptions.
    http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/products/phones/

  • Ubuntu: Ubuntu on Phones
    Offers details on how you can install the Linux OS, Ubuntu, on smartphones. Also features their very own product on the smartphone market, the Ubuntu Edge.
    http://www.ubuntu.com/phone

  • Windows Phone
    Official page featured smartphones that run on the Windows mobile OS. Technical specs and details are available on this page.
    http://www.windowsphone.com/

Even though smartphones have been around since 1993, people nowadays often take the technology cramped into them for granted. The history of the smartphone is a very interesting one, as it shows just how much human-developed technologies can completely reshape the way we interact with the world around us and, most importantly, with each other.

The Simon Personal Communicator is the first commercially available device which was made available to the general public. It featured a touch screen and, besides the basic phone functionality, it could send and receive emails and fax messages.

But in terms of the very first "smartphone", the Ericsson R380 was the one to hold the title when it was coined back in 2000. It had PDA features and you could even browse the internet, although it was a pretty limited experience.

In terms of mass production and worldwide success, the first device was the iPhone developed and created by Apple Inc. It featured a multi-touch interface, a much larger touchscreen than those before it, a virtual keyboard and was running on a proprietary mobile OS. Android-based systems soon followed suit with the HTC Dream. Today, the vast majority of smartphones employ either Android or iOS as operating systems.

Given that innovation in the smartphone industry has moved rather quickly, who knows what we can expect from future devices? Better connection speeds, remote battery recharging and even devices which can use the sun's power to recharge themselves are already expected on the smartphone market. Last, but not least, screens on these rather small devices keep getting better and better, employing the latest technology trends used in high-end computer screens and TVs.

Check out the Smartphone section of Jasmine Directory in order to be kept in the loop with new innovation in the field and exclusive offers on the devices themselves and services related or pertaining to them.