Last week I wrote a post about RIM partially being to blame for the lack of BlackBerrys with digital cameras on CDMA networks. The comments kind of morphed into something completely different, however, a very good question needs to be asked.

What is going to happen with CDMA in the United States?

GSM is undoubtedly the dominant global standard. Roughly half or more of Americans, however, depending on what report you look at, are on CDMA networks. I concede that GSM will eventually (no time soon) take over here in the U.S. as well. The big question is how will this transition occur?