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Global smartphone shipments to fall below 1.3 bln units in 2020

Tuesday 18 February 2020 | 09:44 CET | News
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Global smartphone shipments are expected to reach 1.278 billion units in 2020, including less than 200 million units of 5G models, taking into account the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on China and around the world in terms of economic growth, according to Digitimes Research. In the best-case scenario, under which the virus is under control by the end of February and factory resumption rates keep rising, China's top-four handset brands are expected to see their smartphone shipments experience an annual fall of 19.5 percent in Q1 compared to 11 percent projected in January.

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