Asus Looking to Enter U.S Smartphone Market Next Year
Asus may already sell tablets in the U.S., but it wants to expand its stateside product offerings to include smartphones as soon as next year. Speaking to AllThingsD, Asus chairman Johnny Shih said the company is working to build its relationships with U.S network operators. Asus is already well-known as the maker of Google's Nexus 7 tablet and the FonePad smartphone. Shih did explicitly not say what types of smartphones the company is seeking to sell in the U.S. Asus would like to get into the U.S. as soon as this year, but thinks 2014 is a more likely timeframe.
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