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27 Jul 2016

smartphone news 2016
Investments in shares of wireless technology companies and wireless agencies are already particularly profitable in the post-dot com era. The wireless industry is in a sweet spot from the technology space. Bountiful work from home opportunities exist as wireless usage will continue to rise in both developed and emerging markets. And driving this usage higher are new services such as smartphones whose capabilities are being augmented from the deployment of third generation (3G) wireless networks.

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Feature-Rich Smartphones.

Smartphones tend to be than cell phones. A smartphone is often a cell phone with built-in functions of a personal digital assistant. Smartphones pack an assorted range of features and functionalities in the handset that produces them a mobile information center and entertainment device to the user.

Smartphones commonly include features for example browsing the web, e-mail, and multimedia capabilities. Certain models have enough horse power to perform complex computer programs like enterprise customer relationship software and car navigation programs.

A full-featured QWERTY-type keyboard, MP3 player, and Geo Positioning Systems capability are getting to be common among higher-end smartphones. Instant messaging can be a cool feature making its way into the mainstream.

Smartphones, An evergrowing Segment of the Handset Market.

Smartphones represent a small, yet rapidly growing, segment from the handset market. According to Strategy Analytics, smartphone sales at 17.5 million units in 2004 landed 3% in the worldwide sales of 684 million handsets. However, this represents an important jump in the 8.Two million units purchased from 2003.

The requirement for smartphones is projected to develop rapidly in the long term. By 2009, the volume of smartphone units sold is estimated to achieve 125 million or 16% of total handset sales worldwide. This implies a 48% compound annual rate of growth in smartphone unit shipments on the 2004-2009 period.

Smartphone Early Adoption Led by Asia and Europe.

Adoption of smartphones has been particularly rapid in Asia and Europe. The aggressive deployment of advanced wireless networks of these regions has encouraged early adoption of smartphones.


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