Why is Japan not producing mobiles like China?

Galapagos Mobile

Japan was one of the earliest developers of mobile phones and started the world first internet access services called “i-Mode”. Refer to Wiki for details; i-mode - Wikipedia It became very popular in Japan and became a national standard, while in other part of the world, it was way too advanced and Japan failed to make it a global standard.

Yet i-Mode was so popular, further domestic development continued to win the domestic competition and made the Japanese mobile market far different from any other countries. It was then called as Galapagos Mobile because of its pretty unique evolution just like those uniquely evolved creatures in Galapagos islands.

Soon after an iPhone was released, many Japanese jumped to it as well making the i-Mode obsolete very quickly. But again due to the domestic competition, Japanese phone makers continued releasing new Galapagos mobiles allowing Google to launch Android which in parallel with iPhone became global standards.iPho…

What are five countries that the United States still has strong relations with?

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1a/Flag_map_of_the_contiguous_United_States_%281912-1959%29.pngThe closest allies of the US currently are -
The UK - named ‘The Special relationship’ between the US and the UK. The UK and the US have had close relations since the start of the 20th century. The UK is also the US’s most powerful ally. Supports the US in a number of ways and is the largest investor into the US economy (followed by Japan). France is of similar power but not as close to the US as the UK.
Australia - Been very close to the US since World War 2 and has maintained close relations since.
Israel - Relies on the US for it’s survival, so there is a strong bond.
Canada - The US’s northern neighbour. Also had close relations since Canada was formed as an independent country.
Japan - Very close ally to the US since World War 2. Similar with South Korea.