Nokia needs a killer model for the high-growth smartphone market ... an iPhone 3G or Galaxy S1, a revolutionary model that stands apart from the rest on usability or design and one that will ship tens of millions of units worldwide
The iPhone has been very strong among women from very early on. The original round plastic iPhone 3G series soon become a fashion item for Japanese women who also enjoyed the huge variation of cases and ease of decoration. Then there is the brand loyalty of Japanese women.
Three years ago there was no way you could make a great smartphone for $200. Now, you could make the iPhone 3G for $40 wholesale. In the past year we've reached the point where Apple could do an Apple-quality iPhone for $200, which is a price that would hit all the pre-pay market.More quotes »
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