ByElwira Iakovou 2020-02-21 1786
The Chinese market shipped about 3.6-380 million mobile phones in 2019. Due to the lower-than-expected demand for 5G replacement and the negative impact on consumer confidence caused by the outbreak, Chinese mobile phone shipments are also expected to decline by 15 to 3.1-330 million units in 2020.
Strategy Analytics, a research company, has previously said that due to the influence of novel coronavirus, the global smartphone market will decline by 2% in 2020, while China's smartphone market will decline by 5% than expected, of which Q1 will be the most affected, falling by more than 30%, which will be the largest decline in recent years.
As the largest market for iPhone, the overall downturn in China's mobile phone market and the closure of Apple stores during the epidemic are bound to affect iPhone sales to a great extent. In fact, no matter what industry it is, after the outbreak of novel coronavirus, it was more or less affected, while the mobile phone industry also had the problems of market saturation and weak demand for 5G, and it was seriously affected after the outbreak, no matter what. We all hope that the epidemic will end as soon as possible and everyone's production and life can return to normal. Come on in Wuhan, come on in China!
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