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Global Handset Revenues on A Steady Decline

by Rajeev Nair | Sep 19, 2016

Apple and Samsung together captured 57% of the Global Handset Revenues in Q2 2016, per our latest report from the Handset Country Share Tracker (HCST) Service.  Global Handset industry revenues declined by -5% annually in Q2 2016.

Apple led in four of the six regions but has been on a steady decline globally. Samsung though led by volumes retained the second position by revenues. Apart from Huawei, Oppo, vivo, ZTE and Meizu most of the other vendors tracked witnessed an annual revenue decline.

The Global Handset Revenue and ASP by Vendor by Region report tracks quarterly global handset (mobile phone) revenues, ASPs and shipment metrics for 15 major vendors from 2007 to Q2 2016. Global revenue-share, shipment-share and ASP tracking for top vendors across 6 regions are also included.



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