Users Wise Up To Smartphones

September 2004
Wireless Week;9/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on the prediction by In-Stat/MDR that as better devices and lower prices combine with other factors to fuel growth and meet demand, smartphone shipments are set to rise by 2009. Annual growth rate to be experienced by smartphone shipments according to the research firm; Findings on a survey of smartphone users.


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