NTT DoCoMo decides to introduce a large amount of smartphones including the LTE model in the autumn and winter of 2011, to a quarter of the total
NTT DoCoMo announced that it will further raise the ratio of smartphones for mobile phone terminals planned to be released as the Fall / Winter 2011 model.
It is supposed to release a model corresponding to the high-speed communication service "Xi (Crossy)" which adopted the 3.9-th generation mobile phone standard "LTE" corresponding to last December, so that the line-up of smartphones will exceed the feature phone as soon as possible Become.
DoCoMo Mobile, from spring autumn to spring release smartphone is three-quarters: economic news: money · economy: YOMIURI ONLINE (Yomiuri Shimbun)
According to the Yomiuri Shimbun news report, NTT docomo's President Yoshida Takashi revealed a policy to make about three quarters of smartphones for mobile phones to be released from autumn 2011 to spring 2012.
President Yamada already said that "at the spring model announcement held in February," We have released around 40 models of summer models and winter models in the past, "and it is halvedWe revealed that we plan to release more than 20 models not on feature phones but on smartphonesHowever, the policy revealed this time greatly exceeds that.
Through this, two-thirds of the models released in 2011 will be smart phones, but this is the first time that the number of smartphone released models exceeds feature phones annually. President Yamada says that "We want to make smartphones more than half of the number of mobile phones sold in FY2012" regarding the sales of smartphones in the future.
In addition, it is also revealed that six smartphones will be launched in autumn / winter of 2011 for smartphones that support "Xi" with maximum downlinking of 37.5 Mbps and uploading of up to 12.5 Mbps, and already as the Fall / Winter 2011 modelKDDI announcing that it will release a large number of models corresponding to high-speed communication service "WiMAX" with a maximum downlink rate of 40 Mbps and a maximum uploading speed of 10 MbpsAnd it seems that it will come straight from the smartphone supporting high speed communication.
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