SPOTLIGHT: Finding the smartphone sweet spot

As 3G networks become widespread and device price points drop, the uptake of smartphones is likely to grow dramatically. "There is a hot trend in low-end smartphones," says Tero Kuittinen, telecom analyst with Avian Securities. "Smartphones have to address different niches such as young consumers. We can't continue to have a $500 smartphone trend and still drive sales."

Check out the five smartphones that we believe have hit the smartphone sweet spot. Feature

Suggested Articles

Dish Networks continues to lend out its spectrum resources to carriers so they can bolster capacity during the COVID-19 crisis.

WISPs received permission to use 45 MHz of 5.9 GHz spectrum to help meet the surge in demand as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

AT&T introduced a new low-cost wireless plan for Cricket and AT&T prepaid customers, along with additional data allowances for two months.