One pair of figures from the Asia Foundation study into mobile and internet in Cambodia, sums up the growth of smart-phone usage. In two years smart-phones doubled in market share, and if anything that growth is accelerating. By the end of this year more than half of all mobiles will be smart-phones.
Below we see who is getting the business: Samsung, for now, has half the smart-phone market, spearheaded with its Galaxy phones.
According to the report smart-phones are becoming increasingly a preferred source of news, weather and information.
Cambodia may have made a late start, but most of the country have skipped landline technology, PC computing and have jumped straight into the possibilities of 4G. A process that took the west at least 5 decades.
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