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Smartphone shipments to start growing again from next year - IDC

Wednesday 12 December 2018 | 13:27 CET | News
Worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to decline by 3 percent this year before returning to low single-digit growth next year through 2022, according to the latest study from IDC. Shipments fell in the third quarter by 6 percent. Even though the ongoing US-China trade has industry on edge, IDC said it sees a return to growth going forwards based on continuing developments from emerging markets, the potential surrounding 5G and new product form factors.

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