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3G/4G Enabled Mobile Devices Market 2016 to grow at a CAGR of 7.91% during the period to 2020

About 3G/4G-enabled mobile devices

The global 3G/4G-enabled mobile devices market is driven by smartphones, tablets, and data cards markets. 3G/4G technology is more advanced compared to 2G. This technology allows high data uplink and downlink on 3G/4G-enabled devices.

Global 3G/4G-enabled mobile devices market to grow at a CAGR of 7.91% over the period 2014-2019.

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This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global 3G/4G-enabled mobile devices for 2015-2019. To calculate the market size, the report considers the combined shipment of smartphones, 3G/4G-enabled tablets, and 3G/4G-enabled data cards.

Global 3G/4G-enabled Mobile Devices Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. It includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

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Key regions


Key vendors

ASUSTek computer
Huawei Technologies
Lenovo Group
LG Electronics
Novatel Wireless
Samsung Electronics
Sierra Wireless

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Other prominent vendors

Motorola Mobility
TCL Communication Technology

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Mobile broadband numbers hit new record as 4G connections break 1 billion mark

The developing world has been boosting its speeds and improving the experience for smartphone users.

According to the results of a recent study conducted by the GSMA, the number of global 4G mobile broadband connections has now reached the point that it has broken the 1 billion mark, for the first time.

In fact, the GSMA is now predicting that, by the year 2020, 4G will represent one in three mobile connections.

The results of the study were shared within this year’s global edition of the “Mobile Economy” report series from the GSMA. It suggested that there is currently a rapid change in technology as 3G mobile broadband shifts in favor of 4G networks. Moreover, it pointed out that this trend is occurring in both developed and developing economies. The outcome is that there is a greater drive in smartphone adoption, digital innovation, and in the growth of mobile data.

The report indicate that 2015 saw mobile broadband growth and acceleration that was unprecedented.

4G Mobile BroadbandData from the study suggested that the world economy saw a $3.1 trillion shot in the arm from the mobile industry. This indicates that the share of the global GDP representing that industry is a massive 4.2 percent.

By the close of last year, 4G was behind more than one billion of the total 7.3 billion mobile connections. In fact, that figure means that there was a doubling of the number of 4G connections that were made, last year, greatly because of the expansion of mobile networks at this level, within developing economies. By the time 2015 came to an end, there were 151 different countries with a total of 451 live LTE networks.

According to the GSMA director general, Mats Granryd, “Our new report reveals that mobile broadband is now a truly global phenomenon, extending high-speed connectivity and services to citizens in all corners of the world.” He went on to say that last year’s growth in mobile technology connections was greater than it had ever been, before and was a “testament to the billions of dollars that mobile operators have invested in next-generation networks, services and spectrum in recent years.”