September 29, 2011, Tokyo, Japan - Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank Corp., unveils a new line of smartphones for the winter and spring seasons during a lunch in Tokyo on Thursday, September 29, 2011. The Japanese carrier introduced 11 Android-based smartphones to meet various needs of users in what is reported to be a possible shift from its iPhone-dependent earnings structure. On the same day, Softbank announced it would start a high-speed data communication service using personal handyphone system technology on November 1. The service would be the fastest available for mobile phones and other portable communication devices, outpacing the Xi service of NTT DoCoMo. (Photo by AFLO) [3609] -mis-

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Masayoshi Son
September 29, 2011, Tokyo, Japan - Masayoshi Son, president of Softbank Corp., unveils a new line of smartphones for the winter and spring seasons during a lunch in Tokyo on Thursday, September 29, 2011. The Japanese carrier introduced 11 Android-based smartphones to meet various needs of users in what is reported to be a possible shift from its iPhone-dependent earnings structure. On the same day, Softbank announced it would start a high-speed data communication service using personal handyphone system technology on November 1. The service would be the fastest available for mobile phones and other portable communication devices, outpacing the Xi service of NTT DoCoMo. (Photo by AFLO) [3609] -mis-

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Photographer: TT
Source: AFLO
Date 29 Sep 2011
Location: Tokyo Japan
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