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Smartphones: Worldwide Trends and Forecasts 2017-2022 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 5, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 5, 2018--The “Smartphones: Worldwide Trends and Forecasts 2017-2022” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Mature markets are approaching smartphone penetration saturation, but smartphone sales in developing markets will continue grow until 2021

The worldwide smartphone market is characterised by increasingly saturated developed markets and emerging markets that have a strong potential for growth. This report investigates the various drivers and idiosyncrasies of eight regional markets and identifies issues and opportunities that operators and vendors must be aware of.

This report provides:

connections and sales for smartphone markets worldwide, for 8 regions and for 63 countries key worldwide and regional trends a 2014-2018 manufacturer sales split a 5G smartphone connection and sales forecast.

Key Metrics

Worldwide

Unit sales of mobile handsets (smartphones and non-smartphones) Mobile handset (connections smartphones and non-smartphones) Sales of 5G-enabled mobile handsets (smartphones) Connections of 5G-enabled mobile handsets (smartphones) Smartphone sales by manufacturer (2014-2018)

Regional

Unit sales of mobile handsets (smartphones and non-smartphones) Mobile handset connections (smartphones and non-smartphones) Sales of 5G-enabled mobile handsets (smartphones) Connections of 5G-enabled mobile handsets (smartphones)

Key Topics Covered

Chapter No.

6. Worldwide trends

7. Worldwide: smartphone sales will increase over the forecast period driven by emerging markets, despite an expected decline in 2018

8. Worldwide: there will be over a billion more active smartphones in EMAP and SSA in 2022 than there was in 2017

9. Worldwide: the rise of the big four’ Chinese brands reflects emerging Asia-Pacific’s status as the driver of smartphone revenue growth

10. Worldwide: 5G take-up will provide a boost to device sales in developed markets

11. Western Europe

2. Western Europe: consumer preferences and operators’ responses will dampen smartphone sales

13. Western Europe: key regional trends

14. Central and Eastern Europe

15. Central and Eastern Europe: the demand for budget smartphones is high

16. Central and Eastern Europe: key regional trends

17. Middle East and North Africa

18. Middle East and North Africa: the dominance of prepaid contracts influences smartphone purchasing behavior

19. Middle East and North Africa: key regional trends

20. Sub-Saharan Africa

21. Sub-Saharan Africa: low smartphone penetration means that there is a large amount of growth potential for smartphone sales

22. Sub-Saharan Africa: key regional trends

23. Emerging Asia-Pacific

24. Emerging Asia-Pacific: smartphone sales will continue to increase at a rapid rate until at least 2022

25. Emerging Asia-Pacific: key regional trends

26. Developed Asia-Pacific

27. Developed Asia-Pacific: the launch of 5G will spark growth in smartphone sales

28. Developed Asia-Pacific: key regional trends

29. North America

30. North America: lengthening smartphone cycles will decrease smartphone sales

31. North America: key regional trends

32. Latin America

33. Latin America: improving economies and cheaper smartphone swill lead to an increase in smartphone sales over the forecast period

34. Latin America: key regional trends

35. Forecast methodology and assumptions

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