Samsung’s smartphone sales grew 9% year on year in April 2022, capturing 24% of the global smartphone market, making it the highest monthly market share for the South Korean electronics giant since April 2017, according to Counterpoint Research. The company’s sales grew despite the global smartphone sales declining
We break down the key highlights of the company's latest report below, by the entire group, the two biggest markets, and the services.
Only the U.S. tops global player spending in the mobile games market.
Enterprise IT spending across the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa (META) region will see strong year-on-year growth of 7% in 2022 to cross the $40.2 billion mark, according to the latest projections by International Data Corporation (IDC). Here are the key highlights: * Spending on telecommunications to increase 3.2%
Chinese technology giant Lenovo maintained its leading position in notebook PC sales globally with unit shipments reaching 14.4 million in Q4 2021 (calendar year), representing a -12% growth decline year-on-year, and a market share of 23%, according to data from Strategy Analytics. HP, which came second, took the biggest
Notebook shipments globally showed strength after a full two years into the COVID pandemic, according to a new report [https://www.strategyanalytics.com/access-services/devices/tablets-and-pcs/connected-computing-devices/market-data/report-detail/preliminary-global-notebook-pc-shipments-and-market-share-q12022-results] by Strategy Analytics, although demand for ChromeOS notebooks fell by -67% year-on-year in Q1 2022, offsetting gains in Windows and
This week, India recorded its 100th startup unicorn, or privately held company with a value of $1 billion or more, its 15th since this year. Bangalore-based neobanking platform Open [https://open.money/], raised $50 million in a Series D funding round led by IIFL Finance at a valuation of $1
We take a look at the key highlights of the country's smartphone market in 2021.
Following a slowdown in smartphone sales in early 2020 amid pandemic restrictions in Nigeria, the market saw rising demand in 2021 driven by improving economic conditions, pent-up demand, and the entry of new Chinese OEMs. This is according to the latest report on mobile phone sales from Counterpoint which shows
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