Connected electronics is a huge sector of the technology industry; over 1.6 billion smartphones will be sold in 2016 worth more than $350 billion. Counterpoint Research has developed a range of techniques to help clients understand the size and scope of the connected electronics market, how fast it’s changing and who the key players are. We cover: Brands, Models, Geography, Price, Channels and more.
Mobile phones are the single largest segment of consumer electronics in history… MORE
TABLET & PCS
Tablet devices have eaten into the PC market. PCs are fighting back with hybrid and 2-in-1 devices… MORE
The wearables market remains at an early stage. Some products, activity trackers… MORE
The automotive and wider transport sector is entering a phase of rapid evolution with some… MORE
Electronic components are the technology building blocks. Developments in component … MORE
The internet of things or physical internet is an overarching term that covers many areas of… MORE
Connected electronics rely on rich ecosystems of software, services and applications. Counterpoint provides analysis and critical insights into ecosystem dynamics. Our analysis covers: Sector, Brands, Key Players, Geography, Technology, Usage and more.
Mobile payment is just beginning to come of age after years of false hopes and failed starts. However where it… MORE
Operators are keen to define their roles as more than simple access providers. This is leading them to integrate vertically… MORE
In a world where the e-world and physical worlds are deeply enmeshed, having strong location-based services is critical in delivering… MORE
Consumer life services such as Social Networking consistently top the charts for where consumers spend the largest part of their… MORE
March 06, 2017
Oppo grew its global shipments more than 111 percent year-on-year in 2016, and is fourth, while Vivo saw 77.9 percent growth and is fifth, according to Counterpoint Research.
Jan 16, 2017
“The current capital infusion will not permanently solve LeEco’s problems,” said Neil Shah, research director of Counterpoint Research
March 10, 2017
Fossil Group (FOSL) is expected to offer 300 different watches all with the same smart functions, Peter Richardson, Counterpoint’s director of research, says.
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