• How do the hardware specs of Android phones compare to those of iOS, BlackBerry OS, Windows and others?
  • For how long does each mobile network operator typically keep a new phone model in its portfolio?
  • Is our handset portfolio competitive in all of the market segments that we are targeting?
  • Which competitors’ handsets have an octa-core 2GHz processor, a 13MP camera and a 5.5-inch screen and 64GB/3GB of NAND/RAM memory?
  • Which phones support NFC?
  • Which LTE-A capable handsets and USB dongles have been announced to date and where are they available?

SpecTRAXAbout SpecTRAX


More than 150 new smartphones and tablets are announced somewhere in the world every month. Companies attempting to track this information find it extremely labor-intensive, time-consuming and costly to undertake. In addition, the information is rarely comprehensive or current enough to support strategic decisions with confidence. 

The majority of leading manufacturers and suppliers in the cellular industry use SpecTRAX to keep track of handset announcements, specifications and availability. SpecTRAX tracks and captures over 300 features and specifications of smartphones, tablets, feature phones, USB dongles, Wi-Fi hotspots and smart wearables for over 150 brands from around the world in an easy-to-use, cost-effective database. 

The SpecTRAX website has numerous features including a spec comparison capability for competitive product benchmarking and portfolio gap analysis. In addition the charting features allow clients to view the most widely-available devices on a global, regional or country basis.

For more information or to subscribe to the SpecTRAX service please contact us

There is also a sister service called PriceTRAX, which tracks the retail pricing of devices on a weekly basis in around 50 countries and through approximately 300 online channels.

Existing Clients: