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Flatline: Analysts halve 2016 global smartphone growth predictions

by: Kris CarlonSeptember 9, 2016
Global smartphone market growth is stagnating, with analysts revising earlier predictions for 3.4% growth in 2016 to less than half at just 1.6%.
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Huawei means to trump Apple and Samsung in smartphones sales in the coming years

by: Josh NoriegaSeptember 1, 2016
Huawei, which is currently the third largest smartphone manufacturer, reiterates its ambitious goal to overtake Apple and Samsung in a few years.

Android posts highest ever market share in latest mobile data

by: Kris CarlonAugust 20, 2016
The latest OS market share data show Android posting its highest ever figures: capturing a record 86.2% of the market and shipping 300 million units in Q2.
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Android continues to dominate as iOS returns to growth in U.S. and Europe

by: Kris CarlonAugust 10, 2016
New figures from Kantar Worldpanel show iOS making small gains in the U.S. and European markets as Android continues to dominate the mobile market globally.
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Users to spend $102 billion per year in app-stores by 2020

by: Gary SimsJune 9, 2016
App Annie is predicting that yearly global app store revenue will exceed $102 billion by 2020. Take a look at the numbers, plus read about how you can get started in app development.
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TrendForce: Samsung remains #1 in global smartphone shipments for Q1 2016

by: Matthew BensonApril 21, 2016
While Samsung has shipped an impressive number of product this past period, Apple on the other hand, is facing a tough fight indeed.

Global smartphone sales hit a record high in 2015, but growth is slowing

by: Kris CarlonJanuary 28, 2016
2015 witnessed the largest-ever shipments of smartphones globally: 1.4 billion units, representing a 10% increase over 2014's figures. But the market forecast is not so rosy.
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Huawei sees big growth in Europe, while Samsung and Apple lock down the US

by: Robert TriggsNovember 4, 2015
Huawei is now the second most popular Android brand in Europe, while Samsung and Apple continue to be favourites in the US.
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ASUS and Vivo are the fastest growing smartphone brands, says Counterpoint

by: Robert TriggsSeptember 22, 2015
Countpoint Research's latest look at the smartphone industry shows big gains for ASUS, Vivo and Huawei, while Samsung's market share slips.
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Smartphone sales see another boost in Q2 2015

by: Robert TriggsAugust 18, 2015
Smartphone sales have grown by another 5 percent in the second quarter of 2015, as the market splits between high and low cost models.
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