|By PR Newswire||
|January 20, 2014 03:51 PM EST||
DUBLIN, January 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5gt8rp/2013_indepth) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Mobile Phone Camera Module Industry Report 2013" report to their offering.
This in-depth research report is a professional report on the Global and Chinese Mobile Phone Camera Module industry. The report begins by discussing mobile phone camera module parts structure and industry chain structure. It then analyses the key manufacturing process (CSP COB) and technology, and introduces camera lens CMOS sensor and mobile camera modules, capacity, production, manufacturers and production market share.
The report discusses supply, demand and shortage statistics, as well as the supply relationship between module suppliers and mobile phone brands. This comprehensive report also gives information on the selling price, cost profit production value and gross margin.
The report lists key manufacturers giving details on products, capacity, production price, cost, profit, gross margin, assembly cost structure and conducts a comprehensive analysis on global and Chinese mobile phone camera module industry trends. Finally, the report also discusses the 50 Million Units/year Mobile Phone Camera Module project feasibility analysis and related research conclusions.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One Mobile Phone Camera Module Industry Overview
Chapter Two Mobile Phone Camera Module Manufacturing Process and Technology
Chapter Three Mobile Phone Camera Module Production Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast
Chapter Four Lens and Sensor Production Supply Sales Demand Market Status and Forecast
Chapter Five Mobile Phone Camera Module Lens Sensor Key Manufacturers
Chapter Six Mobile Phone Camera Module Cost Analysis
Chapter Seven China 50 Million Units/Year Mobile Phone Camera Module Project Investment Feasibility Analysis
- Aptina (Usa)
- Anteryon (Netherlands)
- Asia Optical (Taiwan)
- Complex Micro Interconnection (Taiwan)
- Cowell (Korea)
- Career Technology (Taiwan)
- Diostech (Korea)
- Foxconn (Taiwan)
- Fujinon (Japan)
- Galaxycore (Shanghai China)
- Gseo (Taiwan)
- Hysonic (Korea)
- Hynix (Korea)
- Ichia (Taiwan)
- Kantatsu (Japan)
- Kolen (Korea)
- Lg Innotek (Korea)
- Liteon (Taiwan)
- Largan Precision (Taiwan)
- Mektec (Taiwan)
- Nvidia (Usa)
- Opcom (Taiwan)
- Omnivision (Usa)
- Pixelplus (Korea)
- Primax (Taiwan)
- Qualcomm (Usa)
- Renesas (Japan)
- Seti (Korea)
- Shicon (Japan)
- Sony (Japan)
- Stmicroelectronics (Switzerland)
- Stsemiconductor (Switzerland)
- Samsung (Korea)
- Samsung Sem (Korea)
- Sankyo (Japan)
- Sekonix (Weihai China)
- Sharp (Japan)
- Sunny Optical (Zhejiang China)
- Ti (Usa)
- Toshiba (Japan)
- Truly (Hongkong)
- Vimicro (China)
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5gt8rp/2013_indepth
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