Tuesday 25 August 2020
Global smartphone sales fell by 20.4 percent in Q2 2020 to 295 million as the mobile phone industry continued to be impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research from Gartner.
Most major markets, except China, continued to have some form of shelter-in-pace restrictions for most of the quarter, leading to continued falling demand for smartphones. Among the top five vendors, Samsung saw the biggest drop in sales, with Apple iPhone sales almost flat year-on-year.
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