China’s rich fuel mobile revolution – Charlotte Windle

From the BBC:

 41090890 Shopper203Bbc2University student, Ma Dingming, has just purchased his second mobile phone this year.

The phone, made by Taiwanese company Dopod, cost him $848. The phone he bought earlier in the year cost him $867…

China’s increasingly wealthy middle classes and tech savvy youngsters are the main reasons why companies, including Nokia and Motorola, have invested billions of dollars in establishing manufacturing and distribution networks across the Chinese mainland.

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