London, UK (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Global smartphone sales reached 641 million units in 2012, posting a CAGR of about 53% during 2008-2012. Through 2017, worldwide smartphone sell-through is forecast to increase at about 18.5% CAGR to cross the 1.5 billion-unit mark; emerging markets are likely to account for 58% of total sell-through during the period. Global handset sell-through, meantime, is set to rise from 1.6 billion units in 2012 to 2.3 billion by end-2017, translating into around 5% CAGR. Android-powered smartphone sell-through is expected to grow at 20.5% CAGR through 2017, and the OS is expected to take almost 60% of total sell-through. Smartphone ASPs are expected to keep on declining in nearly every region, although at a slightly slower -7% CAGR. Worldwide smartphone revenue grew by nearly 25% in 2012, generating around USD 160 billion, or close to 70% of global handset revenue.
In-demand research study “Emerging Markets Will Generate 58% of Smartphone Sales in 2012-2017” worked out by Pyramid Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the report, emerging markets are forecast to account for 58% of total smartphone sell-through through 2017.
Title: Emerging Markets Will Generate 58% of Smartphone Sales in 2012-2017
Published: May, 2013
Price: US$ 3,490.00
The report is designed to analyse and keep track of smartphone market trends by country, vendor and region. The study also provides details on sell-through trends, revenue, and average selling prices. Furthermore, eight-year historical data and projections to 2017 on smartphones for 14 markets worldwide are included, too.
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