“‘We expect the handset to attract over 10 percent of China’s 3G users in the following two to three years,” said the executive, who declined to be named,” Xing reports.
“The executive’s remarks came shortly after Unicom’s chairman Chang Xiaobing said on Tuesday that he expects iPhone to become China’s best-selling smart phone,” Xing reports.
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[Attribution: AppleInsider. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Chung” for the heads up.]