Full-Year Shipment Volume to Reach Nearly 332.8 Mln Units by 2017, States MIC in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
30 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The smartphone shipment performance in Taiwan did not fully meet expectations in 1Q 2017, owing mainly in some measure to the lukewarm sales of Apple’s iPhone 7 and the lack of HTC’s flagship phone model. Still, close to 70% of smartphones made in Taiwan continue to run on iOS in 1Q 2017. During the same time period, the combined share of Taiwan-made smartphones having 5.5-and 6-inch screens, and those ranging from 4.5 inches to 5 inches accounted for more than 80%. With the industry gaining traction in 2Q 2017, the full-year shipments are forecast to amount to nearly 332.8 million units by 2017-end.
New cutting-edge comprehensive market research report “The Taiwanese Smartphone Industry, 2Q 2017” created by MIC is devoted to providing an in-depth analysis of the industry on a national level.
The research publication presents a quarterly analysis (from 1Q 2016) and forecast (to 1Q 2018) of smartphone shipments in volume and value terms, and APS. It gives a detailed analysis of manufacturer volume ranking during 1Q 2015-1Q 2017. The report provides a detailed breakdown of smartphone shipments on the basis of manufacturer, system technology, price point, OS, display types, panel size, shipment destinations, based on and the manufacturing location, from 1Q 2015 to 1Q 2017.
More new market research reports by this publisher can be found at MIC page.