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Blackberry

A mobile phone with access to e-mail and the Internet as well as online faxing. Its modern model was introduced in 2002. It is commonly used in business and other professional communication because it allows portable access to e-mail.
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Availability of next generation mobile services after the auction of 3G and 4G spectrum in Pakistan in April 2014 has rapidly increased the adoption of smartphone in the society.
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According to reports, the smartphone entrance in Pakistan during 2014 was about 20 percent in comparison with immense 80 percent mobile users still own a conventional feature phone, which allows them to make and receive calls with traditional SMS accomplishment only.
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Speculations are being made that this WQHD display might be launched in 2014 and will be incorporated in smartphones in next couple of years, (http://www.
While we don't expect China's smartphone growth to maintain the pace of a runaway train as it has over the last two years, there continue to be big drivers to keep the market growing as it leads the way to ever-lower smartphone prices and the country's transition to 4G networks is only just beginning," said Melissa Chau, Senior Research Manager, IDC Asia/Pacific.
Also, smartphone prices are expected to fall amid increased competition.
According to IHS, smartphone shipments as a share of the overall handset market will rise over the next several years, reaching 67.
SMARTPHONE PENETRATION United States: 28%p Canada: 31% Mexico: 4% United Kingdom: 28% France: 19.
The speed of EvDO also allows for an enjoyable experience when streaming multimedia content, and the Treo 700p smartphone ships with Palm's first built-in streaming application.
The smartphone reference design is designed for handset manufacturers who want to quickly reach a leading position in the growing UMTS/EDGE smartphone market with a Linuxbased device.