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Mobile & Wireless

Tablet sales in Thailand to grow 50% this year - study

Wednesday 2 May 2012 | 03:24 CET | News
The three high-growth products in Thailand's electronics industry are smartphones, tablets, and televisions, The Bangkok Post reports citing research from GfK Thailand. Intense competition in tablets and smartphones is driving down prices with an average tablet now costing THB 10,000, down from THB 15,900 last year and the tablet market is forecast to grow by 50 percent to 400,000 units this year. Smartphone sales in Thailand are expected to grow by 120 percent to 4.5 million this year while average prices are forecast to fall 13 percent to THB 8,400 from 9,700 a year earlier. Android smartphones are expected to remain the market leaders, followed by Apple's iOS, RIM's BlackBerry, and Windows.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Thailand
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