Mobile Phone Features
Features and their uses
NFC stands for near field communication and allows you to pay fro items without the use of typing in a pin code for your credit card. You can have a chip on the back of your phone that you can scan to pay for your items. the positives of this is that you can easily purchase items and it could speed up time spent in checkout queues but a negative could be that it would be easy to copy and steal information and impersonate other people and spend their money. at the moment it can only be used for purchases up to £15.
Stands for wireless fidelity and it is a wireless network technology that allows devices to communicate over a wireless signal. It links devices to provide internet connection through an access point. WiFi can be used to connect to the internet but also has other uses like wirelessly transferring photos.
Different bands are the radio frequency in which mobile phones can work across. There are different bands in different regions around the world.
1. Single - UK
2. Dual - Europe
3. Tri - America
4. Quad - Rest of the world
Only phones that have certain bands will work in the certain areas