Smartphones will make up 54% of mobile phones sold in 2013, predicts IHS iSuppli. Earlier this...
Smartphones will make up 54% of mobile phones sold in 2013, predicts IHS iSuppli. Earlier this year, UBS predicted smartphones would make up 41% of 2012 phone sales. Just as Google, Apple, Samsung, and mobile processor firms benefit from this trend, feature phone king Nokia (NOK) risks being a loser. Nokia is on the clock to bring Windows Phone price points down to levels comparable to those of low-end Android phones from Chinese vendors.
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