3G mobile refers to the Third (3rd) Generation mobile networks. This
generation of networks and handsets, was introduced in the early
part of the millennium. The difference from the previous generations
is the highest speed for sending and receiving data (bit rate), the
ability to send video, images, sound and data, to connect to the
internet, perform video conferencing and many more.
mobiles are penetrating the market and more and more of us get hold
of one every day. From early models like the Nokia 3510, to the E71
and the Blackberry we all want something that will connect us to the
internet, to take photos, listen to MP3s and send photo messages.
the decade, the advent of touch screen handsets, especially that of
the iPhone created new markets and new demands.
generation phones come new opportunities and new challenges.
Investigating new handsets becomes more and more complicated. This
means that investigators need to be up to date at all times, and to
engage new technologies as they appear.
is keeping on top of developments, by investing in CPD as well as retaining close ties
with universities, forensic forums and forensic science
If you need to have a 3G handset investigated,
then simply contact Strathclyde Forensics.