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2013 China Smartphone Market Outlook

Published on March 28, 2013, in Smartphone.

Sales of smartphones in China are expected to top 330 million units in 2013, making the market a fierce battle field for local and international smartphone brands and inducing makers in the supply chain to expect strong growth in the year. International brands, while having seen their market share in China decline sharply to below

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LG is Shooting to Double its Mobile Phone Sales in 2013

Published on March 14, 2013, in Smartphone.

LG Electronics Inc., the world’s fifth-largest handset maker, plans to increase smartphone sales worldwide and reach a sales goal of 40 million units in 2013. LG aims to nearly double smartphone sales in 2013 from shipping 26.3 million smartphones in 2012. It also plans to shift its focus from basic to high-end devices and hopes to

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Samsung Plans to Sell 100M Galaxy S IV Phones

Published on February 20, 2013, in Smartphone.

Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S IV is expected to be its most successful smartphone yet and according to a new report, it might be so big that it pulls resources away from Apple. In a note to clients on Thursday, Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek wrote that Samsung plans to build 100 million units of its upcoming flagship Android phone. According to

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Android and iOS Combine for 87.6% of the 2012 Worldwide Smartphone OS Market

Published on February 15, 2013, in Smartphone.

IDC released on Friday their yearly worldwide OS market share results. Android and iOS, the number one and number two ranked smartphone operating systems (OS) worldwide, combined for 91.1% of all smartphone shipments during the fourth quarter of 2012 (4Q12). According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, Android smartphone vendors and Apple

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Global 2012 NAND Flash Market Declines as Ultrabooks Disappoint

Published on February 14, 2013, in Market Share.

Global NAND flash memory market revenues fell 7 percent in 2012 as disappointing Ultrabook sales, decline as well as late launch of Apple iPhone line and the steep drop in retail NAND product sales. NAND industry revenues fell to US$19.7 billion in 2012, down from US$21.2 billion in 2011. However, revenues will pick up in 2013

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China to Overtake USA in 2012 Smartphone Shipments

According to a recent report published by IDC Research, China will account for 26.5 percent of all smartphone shipments in 2012, compared to 17.8 percent for the United States. Although overall sales of Smartphones continue to thrive and with it push the NAND market, as China takes the lead there is a risk that this will badly

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IDC: 77% of Enterprises Provide Employees With Corporate Smartphones; 49% Provide Tablets

IDC released today a new report, address connected Smartphone and Tablet policies in Enterprise environment.Adoption of tablets, and mobile application development costs and practices. The IDC’s study is based on responses from CIOs and IT professionals in the United States and Europe, and is set to provide IT organizations with insight into how their peers have addressed similar

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Bring Your Own Device Takes Over the IT World

Cisco surveyed 600 IT leaders from 18 industries all from large U.S Enterprise. The study an amazing total of 95% of the organizations surveyed allow employee-owned devices (Smartphones, Tablets, Notebooks) with 36% offer support for all devices, 48% offer selective support and 11% tolerate device use but do not offer any support. These findings are evidence of a

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Smartphones and Tablets Drive NAND Demand Growth

New smartphones and tablets will act as key catalysts for continued healthy growth of the mobile NAND space in the next few years, with revenue growing by 14% this year to $11.8M and expected to reach $19.1M by 2015.  Mobile NAND flash revenue this year will be above 50% of the entire NAND market of $22.9B,

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Windows Phone Takes the Largest Smartphone Market in the World by Storm – Ahead of iPhone

Published on May 22, 2012, in Embedded Storage, Mobile.

Canalys research in their Q1 2012 smartphone shipment by country report revealed, that although total shipments worldwide grew 45% year on year to 146 million units, shipments in the US rose just 5% year-on-year, while shipments across Asia Pacific region grow by 81% and for the first time China overtook the US as the largest smartphone market in the

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