November 27th, according to the British Daily Telegraph reported that the world's leading market research firm GfK released the latest report shows that in the third quarter of 2015, the global sales of smart phones hit a record high. However, due to the slowdown in user demand, smart phones in the whole European sales growth has stalled.
GfK released data show that in the third quarter, smartphone sales in Western Europe grew by about 3. Among them, the French market sales growth fell to 5, while the UK fell by 1 percentage points. In Eastern Europe, the smart phone sales growth is slightly larger, up to 4. Among them, Russia and Ukraine were down 6 and 19. The report predicts that the central region of China's smart phone demand will rise, is expected to grow by fourth in the 42016 quarter of the year may reach 9.
In other parts of the world, the Asia Pacific developing countries (APAC) smart phone sales growth is particularly strong, especially in India, the year on year growth of 40. This is mainly due to the price of 100 dollars in the low demand for cheap smart phones, cheap mobile phones accounted for about 48 of the smart phone market in India.
In China, the high-end smart phones to become the overall increase in sales of 6 of the maximum driving force. More than $500 of high-end smart phone sales grew by 65, including Samsung's flagship mobile phone S6 Galaxy, apple iPhone series, etc.. In addition, mid-range smartphone sales grew by 25 year on year.
Market research firm Gartner research shows that with the rapid growth of economic growth in the second quarter of this year, the first decline in smart phone sales, a decline of 4. GfK predicts that in 2015 the overall growth rate of China's smart phone market will fall 3, but in 2016 will reach 4.
Samsung and LG headquarters in South Korea, the demand for smart phones fell by 3. In Argentina, Brazil, smart phone sales fell by 16 and 15. By the end of 2015, GfK forecast global sales of smart phones will reach 13, the fourth quarter global sales growth can reach 13.