The Southeast Asian smartphone market grew modestly in Q2 2019 – and by 2% year on year - with 30.7 million units shipped during the quarter, reversing several quarters of decline, according to a new analyst report.
Number one telco Huawei surged ahead of the smartphone market in China in Q2 2019 to achieve the highest market share for any vendor in eight years, according to global research firm Canalysis.
In case you haven’t noticed, practically every man, woman and child has a smartphone these days and in concert with this ubiquity has come an increasing unwillingness for consumers to pay through the nose for premium flagship models. The market is fast becoming commoditised and the great white hope for smartphone makers is the advent of 5G but are they clutching at straws?
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