re: Smartphone Sales Poised For Rapid Growth
When you write that, "Markets in North America, select Asian countries (Japan, Korea), and Europe are reaching the saturation point as far as mobile devices and smartphones are concerned," does this mean that most people in these markets already have smartphones rather than feature phones? Is it largely a smart phone replacement/upgrade market in these developed countries? And when your write "there is already more than one connection per person in many markets," is this a reflection of people having, say, a smartphone plus a mobile-network-connected tablet? Or are lots of people carrying around one phone for business and one for personal use?