Janvier marque le 14e mois consécutif de YoY baisse nous Smartphone S….

Janvier marque le 14e mois consécutif de YoY baisse nous Smartphone S….

January Marks 14th Consecutive Month of YoY decline in US Smartphone Sales

Avant d’acheter un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les blagues tous les jours de manière gréable ?

janvier marque 14 mois consécutifs de YoY baisse nous ventes de Smartphone

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  1. Quote:

    * **Apple** crept 1% higher in market share. Its sales mix shifted towards the iPhone XR. Sufficiently large display and the lower price called out as major drivers.
    * **Samsung’s Note 9** was the top selling Android smartphone. Despite the continued strong showing from the Galaxy S9, Samsung lost some share as many consumers waited for the launch of the S10.
    * **LG** gained share with decent V40 sales. However, most of the gains were because of LG devices were selling well within prepaid—such as the LG Stylo 4.
    * **Motorola** was hurt by the continued weakness within prepaid. The E5 variants remain the company’s top sellers and remain very successful within Boost, Metro and Cricket.
    * **ZTE** volumes remain a small fraction of what they were before the US sanctions. However, the company did launch a new device within Verizon prepaid channels, the ZTE Visible R2. More carrier launches are expected during the second half of 2019.
    * The top selling premium price tier devices (above US$600) continue to be Apple and Samsung. The **Google Pixel 3**was a distant third place.


  2. Same thing happened with PCs.

    Once they reached « good enough », replacement cycles expanded gradually, and the market has been in decline since.

    Phones are « good enough » *for most users.*

    There’s no particularly compelling reason to replace an old one that works.

  3. 2.7% decline lmao and this makes headlines? If it was 10% or 20% I could see the necessity of launching an article determining buyer remorse this year or YoY. People still upgrade 2-3 years on average, I am still not convinced prices affect the US market very much, iPhones are as expensive as it gets, but they still dominate sales. The only useful information out of the entire article to me was the LG v40 actually selling well, from my perspective I saw carriers and best buys sending v40 units back to lg because they weren’t selling

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