INFOGRAPHIC: China's Mobile Revolution

By THAT'S, October 1, 2015

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In the June Issue of That's Shanghai and That's PRD, we've looked at how cellphone culture has taken over China. In the final of this five-part serieswe present an infographic on modern smartphone trends in China. Read about social commerce here, modern mobile phone culture here, China's most popular apps here and a history of mobile phones here.

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Infographic: China's Mobile Revolution

Read more in this series

• How social networks are driving commerce  
• How cell phones are revolutionizing China  
• 15 years in phones  
China's most popular apps

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