Camera Phones Sales to Grow to 81% by 2010

Camera Phones Sales to Grow to 81% by 2010 | News on Mobile Phones | Tech2.com India:

“In Western Europe, the largest market for camera phones, sales will exceed 122 million by 2006, a 28 percent increase from 2005. ‘In 2006, 1.3 and two mega pixel resolutions will become the minimum requirement for mid-tier to high-end phones and a 3.2 mega pixel resolution will be used for flagship products. This will increase to five mega pixels in 2007,’ Milanesi said.

In 2006, North America will be the second largest market in the world and will reach 106.8 million units in 2006, a 41 percent increase from 2005. North America will be closely followed by Asia Pacific where sales will total 160.7 million units in 2006.

In Japan, camera phones will account for 95 percent of total mobile phone sales in 2007, when it will reach its highest penetration level. Over the past twelve months, there has been a strong demand for non-camera-embedded devices in Japan, which encouraged operators to introduce them in their portfolios.”

Man, get set for cameraphone growth to go crazy. I’ve seen some pretty cool stuff come off of cameraphones, but mostly when it’s heavily post processed.

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