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Performance of Worldwide Major Mobile Phone Vendors in 4Q 2016 Displays Remarkable Growth

Albany, New York, February 13, 2017: With the continuous highly competitive environment in the digital world, a lot of mobile vendors are putting so many efforts every year to be the dominant leader in the worldwide mobile market. To analyze the market growth and performance in recent periods, a new study has been published to the online repository of Market Research Hub (MRH), headlined as “Worldwide Major Mobile Phone Vendor Performance in 4Q 2016”.This research study presents worldwide mobile phone shipment volume forecast for the period of 1Q of 2015 to 1Q of 2017 along with a modern quarter review of major mobile phone vendors’ performance.

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As the world is becoming more digital, the demand for the best-featured smartphone is increasing day by day. Most of the individuals, whether students, businessmen and women etc. are demanding mobile phones which provide them an ease in performing actions. Also, the mobile world continues to change rapidly as new types of devices, services and technologies come and go. It is of highest importance for marketers to stay on top of the ever-changing mobile world. As per the analysis of the third quarter of 2016, three Chinese leading vendors including Huawei, Oppo and BBK Communication Equipment, jointly accounted for 21% of the smartphones sold to users globally. They were the only smartphone vendors in the global top five to boost their sales and market share during this quarter.Mobile Phone Vendors Growth Report

According to the key findings of the report, in the fourth quarter of 2016, vendors have also come up with strong growth. Some of the Chinese brands including Huawei, Oppo and Vivo, global smartphone shipment volume has bolstered with about 490 million units in 3Q of 2016 and also further anticipated to topped about 419 million units in 4Q of 2016. Among these, 370.5 million units of which were smartphones, which witnessed rapid growth, up 5.9% in sequence and 3.6% year-on-year by global demand. The rapid estimation of shipment volume in the smartphones market also represents a 2.9 % year-on-year growth.

Furthermore, it has also been analyzed by the report that growth in key markets such as China was up 18%, in which 50% were iPhone owners. Sales in many developing markets were also up, as India saw the biggest increase among the BRIC countries with 76% growth. The report also analyzes that, Huawei is finishing the gap with Apple. The highly competitive and feature-packed Honor devices maintained their sales drive in the market around the globe and also expected to remain dominant.

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At present, leading vendors in the mobile phone market are Apple, HTC, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Mobile, Huawei, Lenovo, LG, Xiaomi and ZTE.

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What mobile technology does 2017 have on tap?

A device to predict the future may not yet have been released, but industry analysts have their own forecasts.

Mobile technology truly solidified itself last year. It was no longer something new or luxurious. It became the standard and the vast majority of people have it. It is the new worldwide norm.

With a new year underway, industry influencers are weighing in with the direction they think 2017 will take.

This year’s mobile technology market will, after all, be taking a new direction. It’s no longer a matter of making itself mainstream. That has already happened. Fresh directions need to be taken in terms of both hardware and software.

Mobile Technology 2017The entire concept of “mobile” is expanding. It’s not just a smartphone anymore. Last year planted the seed for the widespread growth of virtual reality, augmented reality, smart home gadgets and even the beginnings of artificial intelligence. So now we’re starting to wonder where that leaves us. In which direction will we take all this smart tech?

Industry analysts are taking a hard look at 2017 mobile technology and have some big predictions.

Among those mobile tech forecasts are the following:

• Changes in “reality” – the stage has been set for virtual reality, augmented reality is already hot (greatly thanks to Pokémon Go) and the iPhone 8 is rumored to be heading in a mixed reality direction. AR, VR and mixed reality are all headed toward more mainstream use.

• Artificial intelligence – we may not yet have reached the point where a robot housekeepers will be moving into our homes, but websites will be getting the next best thing through the more commonplace use of AI-based chatbots.

• Mobile Internet of Things – IoT has been a hot topic for the last handful of years but this year will start to see its use in a much more standard way now that smartphones are in the majority of people’s hands, handbags or pockets. For many, the smartphone is the core of a consumer’s connected life. In 2017, they will become a component of a broader smart environment.

To a certain degree, mobile technology will become so popular that it won’t need the word “mobile” to be used in many areas anymore. Online transactions and interactions will continue shifting away from desktop. The question is whether or not 2017 will bring the world to the point that web traffic is simply assumed to be mobile traffic – no specification needed.