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Author: Eric Smith
Publication Date: 2月 04 2020
Pages: 13
Report Type: Data Table, Excel



Preliminary Global Tablet Shipments and Market Share: Q4 2019 Results

Report Summary:

As outside political-economic forces weigh on its main competitor, Lenovo tablet shipments grew in every region outside of Asia Pacific. Huawei's heavy focus on China has not been enough as the company reels from the negative effects of the US-China trade war. Meanwhile, Amazon has taken on a greater presence in Europe but suffered some hangover from its blockbuster Q3 2019 results. As tablet market consolidation hastened in Q4 2019 from the year prior, which vendors are poised for growth in 2020?
Table of Contents

  1. Title
  2. Contents
  3. Executive Summary - Lenovo Achieves Strongest Tablet Shipment Growth in Wake of Huawei Troubles in Q4 2019
  4. Analysis
  5. Data - Total Tablet Shipments by Operating System
  6. Data - Top Five Tablet Vendors by Shipments in the Latest Quarter
  7. Definitions
  8. Methodology
  9. Country Coverage
  10. How Can We Help You?
  11. Contacts
  12. Pivot Table
  13. Flat File

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