Coronavirus Outbreak: Global smartphone shipments to fall 12 percent to 1.2 billion units in 2020, says IDC
In China, where the economy has begun to reopen and factories have resumed operations, IDC expects a single-digit decline in this year.
Realme's shipments went up by a whopping 400 percent since last year.
The company had shipped about 10.2 million smartphones in Q1 2018 and that number dropped to 7.8 million.
Huawei grew from 1.3 mn shipments and a 4.1% share in Q1 2018 to 5 mn and a 10% share in Q1 2019.
Lenovo expects around 20% revenue growth in India this fiscal; MD and CEO Rahul Agarwal says firm has aggressive plans
PC maker Lenovo is looking to increase its India revenues by around 16-20 percent in the current fiscal, which will be double the industry's growth rate
India's IT and business services market to grow by over eight percent to reach $14.3 billion by 2020: IDC
Of the total market, IT services segment contributed about 76 percent in the second half of 2018, it said in a report
2019 will be another down year overall for smartphone shipments, apart from strong growth by Huawei.
By pairing affordable pricing with premium materials, Xiaomi managed to breathe fresh life into new categories
Xiaomi is cutting its dependence on China, where the economy in 2018 expanded the least in 30 years.
By 2023 the year-on-year growth for total smartphone shipments will increase to 1.7 percent.
Flexible and folding formats framed the future of smartphones this week for manufacturers at MWC.
Anil Ambani's Reliance Communications to propose same asset sale plan to NCLT; 'key elements of debt resolution plan unchanged'
Reliance Communications is learnt to be under a debt of Rs 38,000 crore excluding interest which includes Rs 19,800 crore that it owes to Indian lenders and around Rs 18,200 crore debt from foreign lenders, a source said.
Qualcomm alleges Apple violated its patents, scoring victories in China and Germany last month.
As per the IDC report, Xiaomi shipped 11.7 million units and became the top brand in the Indian market
Apple’s strategy is to lure those consumers to its eco-system with older models at cheaper prices.
Android shipments are expected to reach 1.41 billion in 2022, while Apple to reach 238.5 million.
Apple remains the leader with a 34.9 percent market share, followed by Samsung, Huawei, and Lenovo.
While Apple and Samsung recorded a decline in shipments in Q1 2018, Huawei noticed an upward growth.
Chromebooks made by Acer Inc., HP Inc., Dell Inc. and others, including Google itself, have taken nearly 60 percent of the U.S. grade-school market in the last few years.
Global smartphone market declines by 2.4 percent in Q1 2018 as Samsung retains largest shipper spot: IDC
The China market was the biggest driver of this decline with shipment volumes dipping below 100 million in the quarter.