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    The smartphone market is not in a hurry to die

    While many analysts say that the smartphone market is slowly dying, Qualcomm insists that he is "just resting" and "prefers to lie on his back."

    Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said that the mobile chip maker develops technologies, which will be a constant demand for the smartphone market. But he is not alone in this. Industry analyst Jeff Kagan believes that the best days for rynkasmartfonov still ahead.

    "Innovation, Growth and help other industries will lead to the fact that smartphones will be the key device. Wireless expands in other industries and in many other areas, and it is clearly going to hold their growing popularity," he said.



    Kagan said that there is "incredible growth opportunities" for the key companies of the total market of smartphones and wireless devices. More and more companies will join this space from other industries such as healthcare, automotive, retail, technology, smart homes, and many other.

    "Today we do not leave home without our keys, wallet and smartphone. Tomorrow we just have to remember to take our smartphone. He will do anything. This is a remote control in our lives. He will manage our cars and open our locks. It will keep our credit cards, driving license and photos, "said Kagan.

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