Global Smartphone Shipments Forecast by Vendor by Region by Quarter: 2015 to 2018

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Strategy Analytics predicts global smartphone shipments to grow +5% in 2017 and 2018 respectively. Apple and Chinese vendors, including Huawei, OPPO, Xiaomi, vivo, Transsion and Lenovo-Motorola etc., as well as Nokia (HMD) will be among the main vendors driving growth through 2018, with their 4G LTE products portfolios across multiple segments. This report forecasts global smartphone shipments by region by quarter for 28 of the world's largest vendors from 2015 to 2018. The report is a valuable tool for component makers, software developers, operators and other stakeholders to support their planning activities.

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Table of Content
3. Analysis
4. Pivot Table
5. Global Vendor Smartphone Shipment Forecast
6. Regional Smartphone Shipment Forecast
7. North America Smartphone Shipment Forecast
8. Western Europe Smartphone Shipment Forecast
9. Asia Pacific Smartphone Shipment Forecast
10. Central Latin America Smartphone Shipment Forecast
11. Central Eastern Europe Smartphone Shipment Forecast
12. Africa Middle East Smartphone Shipment Forecast
13. Definitions
14. Regions
15. Methodology
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17. Analyst Contacts

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