Mobile phones are one of the most positively viewed inventions in the technological era. Considering that fact a serious question arises. Are there any advantages and disadvantages of using a mobile phone? Earlier days, when we were out of home or office, we needed to search for a public telephone booth to make a phone call. Now, we pick up our mobile phone and dial.
It is a fact that having a mobile phone nowadays is a sort of a necessity. Mobile phones, formerly use only for making a call, were large and heavy. Along with technological development, there are smallest, more useful, have many new functions. Now we can write text messages, visual voicemails, use camera, GPS, Internet via GSM systems, Wi-Fi. User interfaces are built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard rather than physical one. That’s all just mobile phone like a small computer.
If you are in an accident, you can call the police or ambulance – and if the phone has a camera, you can take pictures of the accident. If you are lost, you can call for directions.
Through mobile phones you can lessen your boredom, example listen to your favourite music and as well as watching movies through downloading. Mobile phones also gives us easier access on the internet. You can carry it anywhere. It has a lot of useful function like calendar, making notes, alarm clock, timer and calculator.
As we all know every coin has two faces. Same goes with the mobile technology. It has numerous advantages but it also brings with it some disadvantages.
One of it is the radiations of mobile phones that are causing serious health hazards to the users. The mobile phone users are more prone to brain tumors, ear defects, headaches and blurring of vision. The mobile phones use microwave radiations to transmit data or more clearly they use these radiations to connect.
These microwave radiations leads to serious health problems. it can cause the damage to the DNA, eye vision getting.