Apple and Nokia to Win Smartphones This Year, Samsung Likely to Decline
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Samsung will continue to be the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer in 2018, according to an in-depth forecast from TrendForce, but the company is likely to fall throughout the year. Apple, instead, will continue growing, getting closer to the South Korean rival, and together with Nokia, will drive the smartphone market forward this year. The smartphone growth is expected to slow down to just 2.8% in 2018, TrendForce says, with approximately 1.5 billion sold units. Even though Huawei is also expected to grow, Apple and Nokia are “the only international brands with a clear future of growth” this year, the company says. Samsung is likely to drop from 21.9% share to 20.3% in 2018, which is quite a substantial loss in just 12 months, while Apple is projected to increase the share from 15.2% to 15.7%. “As the industry leader, Samsung will remain the top for smartphone production in 2018,...
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