Blackberry, iPhone talk rages as NKorea's Kim Jong-Un caught with mystery smartphone!
Mobile phones were introduced in 2008 through a joint venture with the Egyptian telecom firm Orascom, and a domestic Intranet was launched in 2002.
But the one million normal cellphone subscribers can only phone each other, not outside the country, and the Intranet is similarly cut off from the rest of the worldwide web.
"Kim and his family members as well as the North's political elite appear to use smartphones or other mobile phones capable of accessing the Internet," said the Seoul official.
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