Smartphone revenues rise in Q1 despite falling demand - GfK

Wednesday 25 April 2018 | 15:34 CET | News
Global smartphone demand worldwide declined 2 two percent from the year before to 347 million units in the first quarter, pulled down by sluggish demand in China (-6%) and North America (-5%). Revenues from smartphones nevertheless rose 18 percent to USD 129.8 billion, boosted by higher average selling prices, up 21 percent.

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