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SPLatMan
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SPLatMan   6/22/2013 10:52:01 PM
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LoL

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Etmax   6/25/2013 4:00:08 PM
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So smartphone predictors not the smartest?? Very droll :-)

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Etmax   6/25/2013 4:02:52 PM
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I used to buy Nokia phone after Nokia phone, then I started getting lemon after lemon. In my opinion that's what filled Nokia. Even before smart phones I switched to LG just to get a reliable phone that I knew I could make a call with and not have it drop out.

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uPlay Tablet   6/25/2013 6:31:30 PM
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Smartphone is quickly becoming a commodity, just like semiconductor. Samsung and LG will continue grow because they also make the key components of smartphones, like MPU and display, they just won't get the same level of profit as they have now. The market share of Chinese companies, like Huawei and ZTE, will continue to grow. They will repeat Lenovo's story in handheld market.

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docdivakar   6/26/2013 7:26:34 AM
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Tipping point or inflection point... I think we all get what Junko is trying to say here! The point she is trying to make is that the market is really in low-end smart phones where majority of the developing countries are the playing field. That needs radical re-engineering of both the handset and the subscription model (which is largely pay-as-you-go) innovations. MP Divakar

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