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    Check out this story on infosync:

    According to the report, most of the smartphone demand has come in Europe, with smartphone likely to top 50% of total PDAs in 2003. Strong growth is also expected in Asia and the USA.
    Hmm...seems like maybe Handspring knew what they were talking about all along?
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    That's just in Europe, and I wonder what they consider a "smartphone?" A Nokia that can sync with a PC?
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    Originally posted by KRamsauer
    That's just in Europe, and I wonder what they consider a "smartphone?" A Nokia that can sync with a PC?
    Actually if you look at the chart on the original study, you'll see that smartphone sales in the US are projected to rise to 8.5% of total pda sales from 3% the previous year. So this is impacting NA sales as well.

    Regarding the defintion of a smartphone: I think the study is referring to Symbian (Series 60, 70 , UIQ etc), M$ smartphone, PalmOS and perhaps Linux...

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