Device Technologies新兴终端

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Author: Ken Hyers
Publication Date: 4月 26 2012
Pages: 9
Report Type: Metrics, Excel

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新兴终端

ZTE Huawei & TCL-Alcatel Gaining Share in 1-Billion-Unit Feature Phone Market



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Report Summary:

Some 1.1 billion feature phones were shipped worldwide in 2011. Feature phones are still a high-volume segment due to huge pools of 2G / 3G prepaid subscribers in populous emerging markets of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Nokia remained the king of feature phones, followed by Samsung, but the growth for these and other vendors turned negative due to stiff competition from hungry Chinese brands like ZTE, Huawei and TCL-Alcatel. This report details global feature phone marketshare for the world's top vendors during 2010 and 2011. The report can be used by component makers and other stakeholders to identify the largest or fastest-growing feature phone players.
Table of Contents

    1. Title Page
    2. Contents
    3. Analysis
    4. Chart
    5. Global Feature Phones
    6. Definitions
    7. Methodology
    8. Contacts

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