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Samsung may log $54.5bn in sales, to sell 80mn Galaxy phones in Q3

Samsung may log $54.5bn in sales, to sell 80mn Galaxy phones in Q3

🕔10:44, 28.Sep 2020

Seoul, Sep 28 Samsung is expected to report strong third-quarter earnings, analysts said on Monday, as its mainstay semiconductor business remained solid despite a decline in memory prices, while its mobile and home appliance sales soared on pent-up demand amid the

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5G smartphones to capture 50% of global market by 2023: IDC

5G smartphones to capture 50% of global market by 2023: IDC

🕔13:39, 30.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 30  Riding on a strong 5G push, the global smartphone market will return to a full recovery by 2022 and 5G smartphones are expected to capture 50 per cent of the global market by 2023, according to

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India smartphone market set to recover by 40% in 2nd half: Report

India smartphone market set to recover by 40% in 2nd half: Report

🕔13:17, 1.Aug 2020

New Delhi, Aug 1  After going through disruptions in supply chain and curtailed domestic production, the India smartphone market is now showing encouraging signs of revival that sets it on a potential course for market recovery for over 40 per

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‘Digital India’ to take a hit as chorus grows against Chinese mobile brands

‘Digital India’ to take a hit as chorus grows against Chinese mobile brands

🕔18:22, 18.Jun 2020

New Delhi, June 18  As the chorus to shun Chinese goods grows across the country, India, which saw an exponential growth in smartphone manufacturing from just 2 factories a couple of years back to nearly 258 now with billions of

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’98 percent handset sales will be smartphones by 2020′

’98 percent handset sales will be smartphones by 2020′

🕔10:55, 3.Mar 2016

New York, March 2  Smartphones would constitute 98 percent of handset sales by 2020, according to a study by US-based market research firm iGR.“Many factors are driving the global increase in smartphone sales. First and foremost is the decrease in

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