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Australia smartphone sales drop 5% in H1 amid COVID-19 crisis

Wednesday 9 September 2020 | 13:57 CET | News
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The economic toll of COVID-19, combined with handset supply delays, has impacted Australia's first half smartphone sales in 2020 with 3.8 million units sold, down 5 percent compared to a year ago, according to a report from Telsyte. The report also shows that, despite the disruptions, overall demand declined only marginally, as Australians increasingly relied on their smart devices during the lockdowns. Around 45 percent of smartphone users claim they are spending more time on their phones since the pandemic began.

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