Cheaper models to drive smartphone sales in 2013

Monday 26 November 2012 | 22:54 CET | News
Entry-level to mid-range smartphones sold in emerging markets will serve as growth drivers for the smartphone segment next year, according to Digitimes Research. It is further expected that the ranking of top-ten smartphone vendors will change drastically next year, although Samsung and Apple will continue to take the top two spots. Sony Mobile Communications, Huawei Device, and ZTE will see their rankings jump to become third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in 2013. Lenovo, which is expected to outperform Motorola Mobility to capture the tenth place this year, will move up sixth place in

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / HTC / Huawei China / Lenovo / LG / Motorola Mobility / Nokia / Samsung / Sony / ZTE Belgium
Countries: World
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