Analysis: Smartphones for a smarter people
Roy Morgan | Tue, December 4 2012 | 11:04 am
PREMIUMWhat a difference a year can make. Especially in the handset business. With new technology leading the transformation, change is coming to us at warp-speed. Before you know it, new is old.
Just five years ago, only 25 percent of all Indonesians 14 years of age and over had a mobile phone. They were all dumb phones, or feature phones as they are politely called. Now, over 80 percent has a h...
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