WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2009 at 3 pm. ET
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKER: Todd Day, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
The year 2009 ushered in a variety of changes to the smartphone market. With the entrance of Palm WebOS, Google Android, and new devices from Apple and Research in Motion, the market is seeing a level of competition that it has not seen before. As it continues to evolve, 2010 promises to deliver smartphones from new companies with outstanding features.
Highlights of the briefing include mobile operating system forecasts, market share outlooks, and a review of market participants.
This briefing will benefit device manufacturers, cellular carriers, and distributors by discussing emerging trends and providing forward projections for the North American smartphone industry.
"Users are demanding accessibility to all of their data and entertainment whenever and wherever they are. The iPhone took the smartphone industry into the consumer market, where customers want variation, applications, and features. Now that the gloves are off, other electronic and phone manufacturers are looking to kick up the pressure on current smartphone manufacturers," notes Day.
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