In 2020, the smartphone market is stumbling and things are getting worse and worse. The epidemic has hampered the sale of non-essential items, especially those enjoyed outside the home. Smartphone shipments are down 10.7 percent year-over-year, according to new Canalys data.
One or two lines of silver are noteworthy here. For starters, the adoption of 5G continues to grow. The firm plans to ship about 280 million units in 2020, accounting for 62% of the Greater China market total data, partly thanks to low-cost devices such as the Realm V3, which cost سے 150 million. Also at low cost. – Significant value for the next gen wireless product.
North America ranks second, with about 15% of shipments, while EMEA and Asia Pacific (Sunshine Greater China) are expected to account for about 11% each. When it launches next month, it should also help speed up the adoption of the 5G-enabled iPhone 12.
Analyst, “Smartphone sellers have pushed for new product launches, as well as online marketing and sales in the post-lockdown era, creating strong consumer interest in the latest gadgets.” “ Ben Stanton says in a release. “The gradual reopening of offline stores, improved logistics and production have provided the necessary growth for most markets to move to a more stable second quarter of 2020.”
5G was expected to have a huge impact on the industry. This may have helped to prevent further slides in sales. And in 2021, the number is expected to increase somewhat by 9.9% year-on-year. That’s not enough to get things back to pre-2020 levels, but there’s no doubt that this is a welcome sign for an industry that has been in decline for some time.