World Smartphone Shipments Totaled Nearly 1.48 Bn Units in 2016, States MIC in Its Cutting-Edge Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
16 Feb 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world economic growth was still slow in 2016, primarily owing to the regime instabilities, ageing population in developed economies, and weak petroleum prices.
Whilst some growth was witnessed in emerging marketplaces of India and China, insufficient consumer trust in leading economies had its toll on the global shipments of smartphones, which are poised to total nearly 1.48 billion units as of 2016, remaining flat YoY.
Apple, ASRock, BYD, Coolpad, Flextronics, Xiaom, Vivo, Sony, Pegatron, HTC, Google, Fitbit, LG, Samsung, among others, are amid the top participants in the global market for smartphones.
Cutting-edge research report “2016 Recap & 2017 Outlook for the Worldwide Smartphone Industry” drawn up by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) presents true, comprehensive insights into the smartphone industry on a global level throughout 2016.
The research publication canvasses the dynamics of the worldwide smartphone marketplace. It presents development highlights of key vendors, offers projections of the 10 dominant emerging technology applications in the industry for 2017. In addition, the research study encloses a granular, comprehensive listing of 27 companies involved in the smartphone universe across the world.
More insightful market research publications by this publisher are available at MIC page.