Using a Smartphone
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to unbox – to take something out of its box for the first time; to open a new product * When you unbox the microwave, be sure to save the packaging so we can reuse it when we move.
smartphone – a cell phone that can access email and other information on the Internet * If we had a smartphone, we wouldn’t need to stop to ask for directions while driving.
every (something) under the sun – having many different types of something; having a lot of something or all of something * This kitchen has every upgrade under the sun: stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, an eight-burner gas stove, and more!
feature – characteristic; something special that a product offers * This printer has a lot of features, including high-speed printing, wireless connections, and a built-in fax machine.
camera – a device used to take photographs * Do you need to buy film for your camera, or is it a digital camera?
video camera – a device used to record videos * They bring their video camera to all their kids’ sports games and dance recitals.
videophone – a telephone that has a small screen that allows the callers to see each other while they are speaking * Sharon uses a videophone when she calls her grandchildren so that she can see how much they are growing and changing even though she lives far away.
GPS – global positioning system; technology that uses satellites to know exactly where a device or person is at all times * When they got lost in the woods, they were able to use the GPS on their cell phone to find the way back home.
touch-screen – a flat panel on an electronic device that can sense where one touches it, allowing the user to select things on the screen with one’s finger * This is a touch-screen map, so if you want to zoom closer, just touch the part you’re interested in with your finger.