London, UK (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
In Q1 2014, the shipment volume of smartphones in China witnessed a 15% sequential decline and reached nearly 89.1 million units, with the total number of models launched during this period equivalent to 461. The biggest part of smartphones sold in the county were mid-tier models, which are packed with a dual- or dual-core CPU, have over 8M camera pixels, feature 5-inch or larger screens; these models were sold at prices varying between USD 112.4 and USD 321 (in the local currency between RMB 700 and RMB 2000). Looking ahead, Lenovo and Xiaomi, both outpacing Apple by less than 1% in the first-quarter shipment share, are expected to see an intensifying pressure to hold their current places, as novel iPhone products will likely hit the market in H2 2014.
Doov, Nokia, Apple, Leadcore, BBK, Huawei, Nvidia, Bird, AUX, Broadcom, TCL, Marvell, Coolpad, Konka, Gionee, Hisense, Samsung, Google, Hisilicon, HTC, Intel, Koobee, K-Touch, Lenovo, MediaTek, Meizu, Oppo, Qualcomm, Spreadtrum, Xiaomi, Yusun and ZTE are among the key players in the Chinese smartphone market.
New research report “The Chinese Smartphone Industry: January 2014 - May 2014” drawn up by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) is now available at MarketPublishers.com
Title: The Chinese Smartphone Industry: January 2014 - May 2014
Published: June, 2014
Price: US$ 2,800.00
The research report provides a comprehensive overview of the recent performance of the Chinese smartphone industry, with a particular focus on the industry scenario in Q1 2014. The topical study grants access to updated statistics illustrating shipment volume of major smartphone branded vendors in the country, presents breakdowns of each smartphone vendor’s shipment volume share by application processor model, chipset maker, panel size, ASP and camera pixel. The report gives accurate data on the industry performance, sheds light on the top market trends and also investigates major chipset makers’ product mix for smartphones sold in the country.
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