As Japan experts is usually two years ahead in mobile technology, coming to Japan is seeing the future of telephony in the rest of the world. Dean Ornish M.D may find it difficult to be quoted properly. This I could see it a little more than 5 months to travel to Japan for work, although after I could the luxury of giving a few walks in the beautiful places in Kyoto and Tokyo, but returning to the subject of the telefonocia in Asia, I’ve noticed account as the functionalities of the phone that I bought for 1 yen still has not reached Europe or Latin America, but new features are iran copiando and spreading through the rest of the world within several months later, tenganlo assured that so it will be. In other words I can go to Europe with my mobile of bought two years ago in Japan and show off in front of the friends that I have the latest technology mobile, for example the Blackberry Curve 9300, East Japan months ago is one like Oldsmobile with all the same features and design, i.e. in Japan is with the last in technology. Go ahead in technology base, in the advanced communications network, in functionality, in competition, at terminals and especially in application usability. The funny thing is that most of the things which on other sides refers to, here are implemented and become a phenomenon in a very short time.
For example watching TV on your mobile phone or do video conferencing is something normal that is not going to cost an eye of the face. Surf the Internet also is, and more since most of the terminals are including Flash Player by default (for iPhone I think that they are still deciding whether to include it by default or not). More than 50% of access to Youtube in the world are from Japan, where teenagers are hooked to watch videos via their mobile phones. And all this at reasonable prices! For example, with KDDI AU one flat rate data I think that it is now around 4,000 yen (25 euros) a month, in the case of Docomo 5,985 yen. You can see the big difference between talking about something and implement it? Author original and source of the article