Global notebook shipments for the first quarter of 2019 suffered only a minuscule drop year-on-year despite the under-supply of CPUs, the market intelligence firm TrendForce says.
Last year the global smartphone market saw a little growth momentum on the back of a wave of replacement-led demand, says Asian market intelligence company Witsview. This year any growth will come from “stimulating” consumer demand with new exciting models and features.
Leading smartphone makers may have to increase prices because they have been too successful. By creating a demand for premium features like AMOLED screens, more RAM, faster UFS storage, and stronger materials, they have created shortages of these products.
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