SPOTLIGHT: Why smartphones aren't selling en masse


Avi Greengart, an analyst at Current Analysis, says the time is ripe for smartphones to sell in quantity because they are "smarter, cheaper and better looking." Greengart argues that distribution is still the major roadblock for sales of smartphones--even though pricing is still a big issue, too. Article

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