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Research and Markets: The Chinese Smartphone Industry: 2013 - 2014

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4jg649/the_chinese) has announced the addition of the "The Chinese Smartphone Industry: 2013 - 2014" report to their offering.

This research report presents the 2013 review and early 2014 status of the Chinese smartphone industry. The report includes top 22 Chinese smartphone branded vendors' shipment volume in China, breakdowns of each vendor's shipment volume share by chipset maker, application processor model, ASP, panel size, and camera pixel. The report also examines major chipset makers' product mix for Chinese smartphones.

The report finds that the Chinese smartphone industry's shipment volume reached around 422.2 million units in 2013, up 66.0% year on year, with a total number of 2,288 models launched over the year. The top six vendors Samsung, Lenovo, Huawei, Coolpad, ZTE and Xiaomi collectively took up over 50% of the total shipments. It is noted that smartphones equipped with a 4-to-5-inch panel and over 8M cameral pixels have become mainstream in China. Around 46% of the Chinese smartphones were sold at a mid-range price point (700 RMB to 2000 RMB, US$113 to US$322; US$1=6.2112 RMB) in 2013. While octa-core processor models took up less than 1% in terms of shipment volume in 2013, it is expected that the share will see significant growth in 2014 as major chipset makers have been promoting related solutions.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume, January 2013 - February 2014
  2. Chinese Smartphone Newly Released Models, January 2013 - February 2014
  3. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume by Operation System, January 2013 - February 2014
  4. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume Share by ASP, 2013
  5. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume Share by Panel Size, 2013
  6. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume Share by Camera Pixel, 2013
  7. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Share by Core Number, 2013
  8. Chinese Smartphone Vendor's Shipment Volume Rankings, January 2013 - December 2013
  9. Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume by Vendor, 2013
  10. Shipment Volume of Application Processors Adopted by Chinese Smartphone Branded Vendors, 2013
  11. Shipment Volume Share of Top Four Chipset Makers' Application Processors by Model, 2013
  12. Samsung Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  13. Lenovo Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  14. Huawei Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  15. CoolPad Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  16. ZTE Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  17. Xiaomi Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  18. K-Touch Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  19. Apple Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  20. BBK Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  21. Oppo Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  22. Hisense Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  23. Nokia Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  24. Gionee Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  25. Koobee Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  26. HTC Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  27. TCL Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013
  28. AUX Smartphone Shipments in Chinese Market in 2013

Companies Mentioned

  • Coolpad
  • Huawei
  • Lenovo
  • Samsung
  • Xiaomi
  • ZTE

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4jg649/the_chinese

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