Sales of WiFi enabaled mobile phones reached $6.6 m last year, says research firm Infonetics. That figure might seem tiny, but the phones have only been available since the 4th quarter.
The dual models make for 14,6 percent of the total WiFi telephone market which last year reached $45 m or 113,000 units, says to the same study.
Motorala, HP and NEC have previously launched or talked about launching such products.
Anyone who has ever used a VoIP service such as Skype or Vonage can understand the appeal of having a portable version of the service – and that's exactly what the WiFi phones deliver.
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