Demand for low to mid-range 4G LTE handsets to rise in 2014
0. phoneArena 03 Oct 2013, 00:57 posted on
Taiwan-based handset supply chain makers are cited as the source of a published report on Thursday morning calling for a global surge in low to mid range LTE handsets in 2014; currently, LTE supported smartphones are priced at $500 and above. But the report says that thanks to China Mobile's upcoming launch of its TD-LTE pipeline, $200 (low-end) and $300 (mid-range) smartphones with LTE connectivity will soon be grabbing huge demand...
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1. DONUT (Posts: 289; Member since: 27 Jun 2013)
this could be HTC's saving grace if you think about it. had they priced the One Mini more competitively, more people would buy it. at where i work, many people are picking the Xperia SP over the One Mini. they just don't think that the aluminium unibody and boom sound speakers are worth the price of the phone. HTC should start pricing their devices more competitively
2. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 2457; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
This is good for everyone, and can also save the fate of many companies.