Next-Gen Devices: Complexity Vs. Limitations

Marek, Sue
December 2001
Wireless Week;12/17/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 50, p30
Trade Publication
Explores the factors which cellular telephone handset makers and cellular telephone services providers must consider to convince consumers to buy more advanced handsets and subscribe for the next-generation cellular telephone services. Anticipation for the launching of the 2.5 generation networks; Problems with designing compact cellular handsets with complex capabilities; Views of consumers about the next-generation cellular networks and handsets. INSET: Nokia's Market Segments.


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