From Electronic Publishing Magazine: "Jupiter Research ran a consumer survey in September 2002 exploring attitudes and behaviour across digital platforms in the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and Sweden. Results indicate that digital photography is the MMS application that will have major mass-market appeal among mobile phone users.
20% of respondents said they'd be interested in using mobile digital photography, while only 11% would be interested in downloading games or polyphonic ringtones. 15% also said they'd be interested in downloading digital music."
ZDNet News: Study: Camera phones send busy signal. "Mobile phone network operators may be dreaming of a happy Christmas, in which they rack up premium fees for conveying multimedia messages (MMS) to a new crop of camera phones. But they are in for a rude awakening, according to 3G Lab. According to 3G Lab’s usability studies, users had trouble sending MMS messages from a range of camera phones because of confusing user interfaces. "