No crisis for smart phones and tablets


The United States research agency Idc has calculated that in 2012 in the world were sold about 720 million smart phones and 145 million tablets. The rising countries of the Third World have represented about 60% of the total for the first, while for the second 63% was absorbed by developed Countries. At the end of 2013 around 960 million smartphones and 230 million tablets will be sold. The subdivision between rising and developed Countries will not substantially change: 64% of smart phones will go to the first, 57% of tablets to the second.