Report: 1 billion cameraphones in use this year

According to a recent report from Strategy Analytics, after seven years on the market, the number of mobile camera phones in use will top 1 billion this year. In 2001, sales of cameraphones stood at 3 million, while in 2006 the figure shot up to 500 million. After the number tops 1 billion, Strategy Analytics predicts the growth curve will level off. Consumers will then look for advanced features like zoom functions, autofocus, better flashes and faster shutter speeds.

For more on the growth of cameraphones:
- read this article from IDG


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