Taking on the iPhone

Kobletnz, Evan
July 2008
Wireless Week;7/1/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how rivals of Apple Inc. could be able to compete to its third generation (3G) iPhone. iPhone's rivals are Palm Computing's Treo 750, HTC's Touch Diamon and Nokia's non-touchscreen N95. Avi Greengart of Current Analysis Inc. asserts that one approach to compete with the iPhone is employing a different approach. Silviu Moraru, senior manager of product planning of Samsung Co. Ltd., asserts that they do not develop a product to be against to another product.


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