Mat Honan on the rise of cheap smartphones, everywhere:

Clearly great features are trickling down. But what’s more interesting is how these cheap phones are going to trickle up. Put Internet-connected, app-capable smartphones running the same major operating systems the rest of us use and there will be all sorts of unforeseen ripple effects on us that we can’t even anticipate.

We tend to think of the ways our technology will affect them. That’s arrogant. We’re the minority. It’s incredibly likely that they’re going to have just as big an effect on us.

A really smart way to think about this — and exactly right, I imagine.

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    Yes, I always be impressed by the cheap smartphones could do, like letting my 83-old grandmother to get some breaking...
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    Food for smart church thought.
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    The numbers are in their favor.
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