I wonder if phones are really evolving faster in features
not strictly connected OTA operators services. The last
series 505 looks like competing more with digital
cameras than offering new mobile services.
As for PCs on mobiles we could come to a point
where innovation will be slower. Size constraints will
limit the screen size, resolution will be to the
maximum actually useful, rich user experience will
be limited by the time/context.
Under a financial point of view...
Loosing i-mode users in Japan is could be perceived as
not a very good sign for analysts and if not inverted could
bring bad press and negative effects on Ntt DoCoMo shares.
This also comes in a delicate moment where i-mode is exposed
I think stress is coming up in DoCoMo offices so we will probably
see something interesting coming as an answer.
Mobile Vas Consultant
Il giorno 11/dic/03, alle 16:36, nick may ha scritto:
> I do wonder to what extent things like this are affected by "external
> factors" such a week of miserable weather coupled with a general
> feeling of depression and malaise caused by "bad news"...
> Is 12,000 statistically significant?
> Did the other operators numbers decline?
> On Dec 11, 2003, at 9:53 AM, keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net wrote:
>> Official DoCoMo stats show that the number of i-mode subs has declined
>> 12k in the first week of December.
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