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9/10/2012 11:46 PM EDT
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DMcCunney
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DMcCunney   9/12/2012 12:35:42 AM
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@dylan.mcgarth: What's so amazing about it? China is a huge market, large enough to support a number of home grown vendors targeting the local market. The language barrier will mostly prevent us hearing about them, but that's only one reason. China is Terra Incognita for most westerners and our understanding is of necessity surface at best. It will be interesting to see how the Chinese market develops. Right now, those vendors are all trying to establish themselves and get local market share. There will inevitably be the same sort of shakeouts that happen in any industry as some efforts fail and go under or are absorbed, and others grow larger, till we'll see a few dominant players. The fun will begin when the survivors get big enough to need broader horizons, and start trying to sell to other parts of the world.

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GREAT-Terry   9/11/2012 9:40:33 PM
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I believe China is the biggest market for cell phone. So, if any vendor neglect the LTE-TDD development, their market share will be limited. Let's see what iPhone will do in this market.

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mcgrathdylan   9/11/2012 8:53:14 PM
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It's amazing that there are all of these handset vendors and products available in China that most of us in the West are completely unaware of.

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