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Smartphone Sales to Reach 1.9bn in 2018 as ASP Drops below $190 - Q1 2014 Research in Focus: Smartphones

Pyramid Research
Published Date » 2014-05-16
No. Of Pages » 43
   
 Smartphone Sales to Reach 1.9bn in 2018 as ASP Drops below $190,’ a new Research in Focus report by Pyramid Research, covers the global handset market, focusing on handsets. It was generated by combining Pyramid analysis with information gathered from operators, vendors, and other industry players as well as primary and secondary research from filings, press releases and regulatory bodies. The report provides historical figures and forecasts on handset and smartphone unit sales, revenues and ASPs across the globe from 2009 to 2018. 
   
  Key Findings  
     
 
 
 Global demand will continue to be strong for smartphones: Pyramid Research forecasts a 13.7% CAGR in unit sell-through from 2013 to 2018, resulting in a 2018 total of 1.9bn units. This trend is driven largely...
Table of Content

Highlights from this quarter
Handset sell-through trends
  • By region
  • By country
  • By vendor
Smartphone sell-through trends
  • By region
2013 smartphone pipeline
  • By country
  • By vendor
OS competitive landscape
Revenue and ASP trends

Appendix: Country-level forecasts

Appendix: Definitions and methodology

List of Tables


List of Figures

Global handset sell-through, and smartphone sell-through as a proportion of total sell-t
hrough, 2011-2018 3 
Handset sell-through by region, 2013 vs. 2018 5 
Handset sell-through CAGR by region, 2013-2018 6 
Handset sell-through by region, 2013 7 
Handset sell-through by region, 2018 7 
Largest seven markets globally by handset sell-through, 2013 8 
Total handset sell-through CAGR in top seven countries, 2013-2018 8 
Handset sell-through by vendor, 2013 9 
Handset sell-through by vendor, 2018 9 
Smartphone handset sell-through by region, 2013 vs. 2018 11 
Smartphone sell-through CAGR by region, 2013-2018 13 
Smartphone sell-through by region, 2013 14 
Smartphone sell-through by region, 2018 14 
Smartphone unit sell-through in seven largest markets globally, 2013 (millions) 15 
Smartphone sell-through CAGRs in seven largest markets globally, 2013-2018 15 
Smartphone sell-through by vendor, 2013 16 
Smartphone sell-through by vendor, 2018 16 
Global smartphone sell-through by OS, 2011-2018 18 
Global handset revenue, 2011-2018 20 
Projected handset ASP per region, 2014 21 
Handset revenue by region, 2013 22 
Handset revenue by region, 2018 22 
Global smartphone revenue, 2011-2018 23 
Smartphone ASP by region, 2014 24 
Smartphone revenue by region, 2013 25 
Smartphone revenue by region, 2018 25

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