(PRWEB UK) 3 May 2013
According to the new report, 'Phablets And Superphones Market', the demand for phablets and superphones has been increasing globally due to the growing adoption of these devices on account of their dual functionality (as a tablet and as a smartphone). Android operating system dominates both the phablets and superphones market globally, contributing to 82% and 87% market share in volume sales respectively. North America has been dominating the global market in terms of total volume sales; however, Asia Pacific is expected to surpass North America and lead the market due to growing demand from emerging economies such as India, China, and Korea. One of the major reasons for the growing demand for phablets and superphones in Asia Pacific is the dense population in this region coupled with the corresponding rise in disposable incomes. The decreasing retail prices of these products are also expected to be a driver for market growth.
The report 'Phablets And Superphones Market' analyses this market based on product types, operating systems, and major geographies. The major geographies covered include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World. The report provides complete analysis of the factors responsible for driving and restraining the market.
Samsung is the largest manufacturer of phablets and superphones, with Samsung Galaxy S series models dominating the superphones segment and Galaxy Note and Note II models dominating the phablets segment. Other important manufacturers of phablets and superphones include LG, HTC, Google, Huawei, Panasonic, Asus, and Acer among others.