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Global Cellular Wearable Device Sales Forecast by Technology: 2012 to 2026



Report Summary:

Global sales of cellular-enabled wearable devices will grow +30% in 2022. The percentage of wearables that are cellular-enabled will take a steady on-ramp over the next decade, as device makers develop more-efficient cellular chipsets and smaller, denser batteries.  Smartwatches and fitnessbands will take the lion's share of cellular wearables, with companies like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, Imoo and OPPO leading the charge. Our report forecasts global sales of cellular wearable devices by type and network protocol from 2012 to 2026. It is a valuable tool for companies tracking and sizing the important wearable devices market by 3G, 4G, and 5G technologies.

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Contents
3. Analysis
4. Wearable Cellular Forecast
5. Wearable Protocol Forecast
6. Definitions
7. Methodology
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9. Contacts
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11. PIVOT

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