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Author: Bonny Joy
Publication Date: Nov 29 2010
Pages: 36
Report Type: Data Table, Excel
Device Technologies

VALUE SHARE Smartphones Drive Record Profits in Q3 2010

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Report Summary:

Global handset industry revenues reached a record high and grew 17% annually during Q3 2010. Strong smartphone shipments across the board contributed to a healthy rise in handset ASPs and profitability. Apple continues to outshine its rivals, making more profit than the next three vendors combined. This report provides quarterly global handset ASP, revenue and profit-share metrics for major handset OEMs in the third quarter of 2010. The report also includes quarterly performance metrics forecasts through 2011.
Table of Contents

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Coverage
  • 3. Definitions
  • 4. Analysis
  • 5. Chart of the Quarter
  • 6. Value Metrics (Historic FX)
  • 7. Value Share (Historic FX)
  • 8. Value Metrics (Current FX)
  • 9. Value Share (Current FX)
  • 10. OEM Metrics (Historic FX)
  • 11. OEM Metrics (Current FX)
  • 12. Methodology
  • 13. Contacts

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