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Future of Smartphone Industry Discussed in New In-Demand MIC Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

30 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - The global smartphone industry has almost reached a maturity stage. Profits of top brands have fallen given a decrease in average selling prices for smartphones on the back of lower entry barriers as well as reduction of subsidies from telecommunications operators.

However, since the global penetration rate of smartphones is slightly higher 34 percent, the industry is likely to witness a number of developments in the years to come. In the meantime, the global penetration rate of mobile phones is more than 100 percent.

New market research report “The Future of Smartphone Industry: New Opportunities and Breakthroughs” worked out by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) offers in-depth coverage of the smartphone industry.

The study discusses in detail the following segments of the market: high-end, mid-range as well as low-cost segments. It not only identifies main differentiators of each segment’s players, but also delves deep into niches of the industry (e.g. smart wearables).

Besides, the research report uncovers experts’ forecasts in relation to shipment of smartphone OS (until 2019) and contains forecast data on smartphone specs for different market segments.

The study also offers details on the most recent industry breakthroughs, top products; provides information on competitive edge as well as smartphones’ development focus, and more.

Companies mentioned in the report include: Microsoft, Spice, Huawei, Xiaomi, to name a few.

Report Details:

The Future of Smartphone Industry: New Opportunities and Breakthroughs
Published: October, 2014
Pages: 21
Price: US$ 1,200.00

More Cutting-Edge Smartphone Industry Reviews by MIC Include:

More cutting-edge market research reports by the publisher can be found at MIC page.


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