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Baolt
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re: Seven good signs for handset biz
Baolt   12/24/2010 1:40:24 AM
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Well, tablets or pads aint pure pcs either. They are more and more like highend mobile sets with much larger display. Ex. Samsung Galaxy tab. With current spreading speed of 3G+ networks and service fees downgrade, which will atract more people to buy highend sets, especially in china and europe. In US after current analog tv signal band is fully replaced by wifi handset biz would reach to its golden age. What about future, 4G is in place but beyond? Who has products that can fulfill our demand? Qualcomm, infineon (intel) or?

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Dave.Dykstra   12/23/2010 4:59:56 AM
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Apparently still a very lucrative part of the industry, judging from the players involved. The tablet being mentioned here is interesting, but I suspect they're still not sure to what market it belongs. Good signs for the industry are a hopeful sign for the rest of the economy.

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wilber_xbox   12/22/2010 12:00:09 AM
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how come tablet become a handset? And most of the good news is related to the smartphones and highend phones.

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Sheetal.Pandey   12/21/2010 10:47:54 PM
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Mobile handset business is the most competetive and most lucrative.but yes you need to be innovative.if you want to lead..



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