mobile phones with clunky number-based keyboards and tiny screens are quickly becoming obsolete in today's modern world. Sales of touch screen equipped mobile phones are expected to increase by 97 percent in 2010. By 2013 more than 80 percent of the devices sold in developed markets (such as North America and Western Europe) will use touch screen technology.
Roberta Cozza, Principal Research Analyst at Gartner said, "Touch screens are no longer the preserve of high-end devices and are now being included in many midrange phones as more companies have been driving the consumer market for affordable touch screen phones." She further added, "As phone capabilities increase, consumers are becoming much more aware of the benefits of touch interfaces, and vendors are responding."
Gartner predicts that 2010 will be a key year for touch screen devices with an increase in research and development within the mobile market resulting in advancements in touch screen innovation. These advancements will also increase touch screen adoption across a wider range of products in the consumer electronics market.
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