China and India are the new battlegrounds for mobile phone manufacturers looking to increase sales. Research firm Gartner reports mobile phone sales grew by 16% from 990.9 million in 2006 to 1.15 billion in 2007. According to Ann Liang, Gartner principal research analyst for mobile terminals:
Driving factors for growth in emerging markets in Asia/Pacific included huge numbers of new subscribers, lower-priced phones based on wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA) technology, as well as ultra-low-cost CDMA phones and low-cost global system for mobile (GSM) phones.
Since these emerging markets are expected to propel growth in 2008, it's fair to assume this global market is protected from the harsh effects of recession in the U.S.
But the market will still not grow as fast as the previous years given the saturation in mature markets.
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