Although the necessity (or desire
, actually) for integrated mobile entertainment in one's phone has long been argued
over, we can't help but notice that the fad is ever-so-methodically catching on
. Recently, a consumer study from Parks Associates found that LG and Samsung handsets led the way in "advanced mobile entertainment features," noting that their cellphones were more likely to support mobile TV, music, and games in the US. More specifically, nearly 12-percent of LG / Samsung owners reported having the aforementioned features, while just eight-percent of Moto users checked the box and nary a single Nokia respondent claimed to have such luxuries. Hmm, we're guessing the N95
owners were all too preoccupied to represent?