Smartphones to soon cover two-thirds of China mobile market

Sunday 9 August 2015 | 15:31 CET | News
Smartphones will account for two-thirds of mobile connections in China by year-end, according to a report from GSMA Intelligence, the research arm of the GSMA. The study found that smartphone adoption in the country (as a percentage of connections) had reached 62 percent by the end of this year's first quarter, above the average level 55 percent in Europe.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSMA-India
Countries: China
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