i-mate is to unveil the most advanced mobile phone ever seen in the Middle East in September at the annual GITEX show in Dubai - a device 30 times more powerful than Apple's new iPhone, CEO Jim Morrison has exclusively revealed to Arabian Business.
Does a device's "powerful-ness" a guarantee its dominance, performance or even popularity?
Take the Nintendo Wii for example. In terms of sheer processing power and graphical capabilities, Sony PlayStation 3 leaves the Wii in the dust. Despite being more powerful, the Nintendo Wii outsells the Sony PS3. Users of both console admits that despite of having a less powerful processor and graphics engine, Nintendo Wii is more fun to play with.
I can't help but think that Jim Morrison (what a name!) is only riding on the current iPhone frenzy to bring attention to i-mate's "Ultimate" line.
The iPhone will be released in the U.S. in three days and I know that a lot of geeks are frothing in the mouth, waiting for it be be finally be available in the market. I personally know that local techies are also eagerly awaiting its Asia release. Can i-mate say the same about their "Ultimate" line?
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