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smartphone shipments


Strategy Analytics

According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2020 were 275 million units, down 17% year-on-year. This is the …

Huawei Nova 7

As said, today, Huawei held a scheduled conference in China. At the event, the company announced a number of new and amazing products that have …

smartphone shipments

Recently, Strategy Analytics Wireless Smartphone Strategy (WSS) service released the latest global smartphone shipments forecast report. Based on the latest information and the escalation of …

According to the results of the third quarter of this year, the global production of smartphones grew by 9.2%, and Samsung’s market share was 20.8%, …

Recently, Canalys released the latest report. According to it, global smartphone shipments were increased by 1% in the third quarter of 2019. This is for …

5g smartphone

The analysis conducted by the American company Gartner predicts a decline of 3.7% in smartphones shipments. Better cameras, brighter displays, shorter charging times. These are some …

China Smartphone Shipments report

Today, China Telecomtsu Institute released the January analysis report for the domestic smartphone market. Data show that in January 2019, the domestic smartphone shipments reached …

China's smartphone

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to decline by 3% in 2018 before returning to low single-digit growth in …

China's smartphone

The International Data Corporation (IDC) released its latest report which says that the global smartphone market will rebound in the second half of this year, and …

huawei sales revenue

Yesterday, IDC released a report for the global smartphone shipments in the Q2 2018. According to it, Huawei has surpassed Apple in the second quarter …

Smartphone shipments

Yesterday, Canalys published a report concerning the smartphone shipments in Europe in Q1 2018. According to it, the overall shipments dropped by 6.3%. And though …