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Old 01-03-2013, 04:38 PM   #27
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Probably the area that should be considered should be the 5" to 6" range of devices that are still primarily considered to be phones and in that area I would expect that the growth might even be higher due to the simple fact that it was previously only a niche option and now more and more companies are looking at it as an obvious part of their portfolio.
I agree that the 5-6" range will probably see the highest area of growth, but not because companies simply want to add that size to their product portfolios. Rather, I think it represents a sweet spot in terms of portability and usability. So it will be very popular.

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It is too soon to draw any real conclusions about any trends relating to that size with the only real conclusion that can be made is that there is a market for that size device
Really? Selling 10 million Galaxy Note II's in just a few months isn't impressive enough?

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... and even that one is tempered by the fact that few companies are giving people the option of buying a phone with higher end components without it also have an ever bigger display.
What exactly do you mean by that (higher end components)?

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