Mobile Operating System ( Mobile OS )

A mobile operating system (or mobile OS) is an operating system for phones, tablets and smartwatches or other mobile devices.

A Smartphone is a mini computer. The normal Computer OS cannot be used in Mobile. A hybrid or customised model of computer OS is the mobile OS

Mobile operating systems combine features of a personal computer operating system with other useful features of mobile or handheld use.

Android, iOS and Windows are the popular Mobile OS.

 By the end of 2016, over 430 million smartphones were sold with 81.7 percent running Android, 17.9 percent running iOS, 0.3 percent running Windows Mobile and the other OS cover 0.1 percent.

Android is more popular than the popular desktop operating system Windows, and in general, smartphone use outnumber the desktop use (desktop use, web use, overall is down to 44.9% in the first quarter of 2017).

Mobile operating systems have majority use as of 2017 (measured by web use).

An Mobile operating system is a system software that receive input from the users and communicates it with the Mobile hardwares like the processor, RAM, etc and vice versa.
The output is shown in the Display screen, and heard on a speaker or earpiece.


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