November 27, 2009

The Rapid Increase in the Number of Smart Phones being sold

Posted in smart phone tagged , at 7:27 am by grace

In North America, research has proven that the number of smart phones being sold has increased tremendously. This reflects the rise in demand for such high technology phones. In other words, such phones are popular among users, and the market for this product is profitable. The introduction of the I Phones and the Blackberry phones is in fact the main cause that leads to the high demand of such smart phones by people, and thus increasing the sales rapidly in North America.

During the first quarter of the year, more than 1.5 million of I Phones have been sold. As a result, Apple’s international market share for such phones has increased to more than 5 percent, which is a very remarkable result. The very first version of I Phones was actually introduced in the United States to test the market demand.

Even though there was economic recession worldwide, it did not hinder or affect the progress of the market of the smart phone industry. Demand for such phones has been on the rise in the United States, even though economic problems still exist. In North America, at least 7 million of these mobile phones were being sold. All these sales were due to the influence of powerful marketing and effective advertising.

The overall sales of the world smart phone market have also increased. The overall international sales for these phones were more than 30 million sets. The rapid increase in the sale of these phones in North America contributed at least half of that figure for international sales. The leader for this market is Nokia but with the increasing number of competitors, Nokia has to ensure that its smart phones are of the latest versions with newly added applications to the phones, so as to stay competitive in this market.


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