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Wednesday, 26 September 2012 15:22

Smartphone Futures 2012-2016

Newly published - Worldwide market analysis and competitor positioning in the high-end handset market in 2012 and beyond

 By Portio Research

 

The mobile handset industry is a $241 billion business, and with that kind of revenue flow the question is, can you afford NOT to be a part of this boom?

 

The smartphone business has been the single biggest revenue-generating growth-story over the last 4 years as the rest of the tech sector suffers amid this seemingly endless recession. Subscriber growth has slowed dramatically in saturated markets, voice and text have reach commodity pricing and margins are constantly squeezed hard under consumer pressure, yet around the world the appetite for new smartphones continues to gain pace.

 

Continuing to redefine the handset business, smartphones are fast becoming the device of choice for hundreds of millions of consumers, and 2012 is the year that worldwide smartphone shipments will top half a billion in one year. In this report you will learn that smartphone shipments reached 485 million in 2011, and that number will top 655 million in 2012, rising to over 1 billion smartphones per year by 2016.

 

This report will show you where that growth is going to be, and who the major players are, and how they are fighting for growth and market share in different regions. Packed with data, charts, figures and tables for your market forecasts, business plans and investor presentations, you cannot afford to miss this all-new market report.

 

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Single user licence £1,995 (+ VAT in UK and EU)

 

Smartphone Futures 2012-2012 SUL £1, 794.00 Add to Cart

Small business licence £1,995 (+ VAT in UK and EU)

 

Smartphone Futures 2012-2016 SBL £2, 394.00 Add to Cart

Corporate licence £2,995 (+ VAT in UK and EU)

 

Smartphone Futures 2012-2016 CBL £3, 594.00 Add to Cart

More Reasons to Buy

  • Detailed analysis of the booming smartphone market
  • Comprehensive market forecasts – handset shipments, smartphone shipments, mobile subscriber growth, handset revenues, regional breakouts, OS market share and much more
  • Extensive vendor profiles covering Samsung, Apple, Nokia, RIM, HTC, Motorola and Sony
  • Essential market data for your business plans and presentations
  • Access to previous editions of this best-selling market report
  • Comprehensive analysis of the smartphone market and the growth that still lies ahead

 

Key features

 

  • Full handset and smartphone shipments forecast at worldwide and regional level
  • Helpful regional analysis of vendor market share
  • Understand vendor positioning and vendor SWOT analysis
  • Examine shifting strengths among the major smartphone vendors – as Samsung have become the #1 player, while Nokia and RIM, who dominated just 3 years ago, have lost considerable market share
  • Study regional OS market share
  • Analysis of OS popularity in key country markets – including The US, UK, Australia, India and The Philippines
  • App store positioning – profiles cover Apple App Store, BB App World, Nokia Ovi Store, Android Market, Windows Marketplace and AT&T App Centre
  • Understand shifting trends in handset ASP
  • All the essential data you need for your presentations, market planning and market forecasting are contained in this detailed 169 page report

 

 

Here is just a brief outline of the Table of Contents of this detailed and thorough report.

 

Chapter 1: Introduction (including Mobile Subscriber growth and Handset Market Evolution)

Chapter 2: Mobile Handset Market (including Regional Shipments, Regional Market Share, ASP of Leading Vendors, AT&T Case Study)

Chapter 3: Smartphone Market (including Regional Analysis and Market Share)

Chapter 4: Smartphone Vendors Profiles

Chapter 5: Mobile OS Market

Chapter 6: Applications and Content Market

Chapter 7: Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 8: Appendices (includes detailed Glossary)

The report contains 164 figures and tables. This vast array of data includes - -

  • Mobile Subscribers – Worldwide
  • Mobile Handset Shipments – Worldwide
  • Handset Shipments – Regional Contribution
  • Handset Revenues – Worldwide
  • Handset Shipments by Operating Systems – Worldwide
  • Handset ASPs of Leading Vendors
  • Handset Shipments & Smartphone Shipments – Worldwide
  • Market Share of Smartphone Vendors – Worldwide and Regional
  • Market Share of Handset Vendors – Worldwide and Regional
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Mobile Operating System Penetration in select markets
  • Smartphone Shipments as a Percentage of Total Handset Shipments – Worldwide
  • Smartphone Shipments Growth and Smartphone Share Growth as a Percentage – Worldwide
  • Smartphone Shipments and Market Share – By Vendor
  • Regional Break-out of Smartphone Shipments – By Vendor
  • SWOT Analysis – By Vendor
  • Market Share of OS by Shipments – Worldwide
  • OS Shipments and OS Market Share — By OS Vendor
  • Break-out of Available Applications by Type – By App Store
  • Most Popular Paid and Free Applications – By App Store
  • Application Downloads for Major Application Stores
  • Total Number of Smartphones by Vendor
  • Comparison of Smartphone Vendors – By Selected Parameters
  • Positioning of Smartphone Vendors, OS Vendors, App Stores

 

 

 

 

 

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New report -  Analysis of new disruptive apps and growth forecasts for the worldwide mobile applications market to 2015

With new forecasts and market sizing, the rapidly evolving worldwide mobile applications market is comprehensively reassessed in this exciting new market study – with particular focus on the current breed of hugely popular disruptive applications and services and the threats and opportunities that they respectively present to mobile operators. With analysis also of app stores and app development, this 162-page report covers: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Angry Birds, MobiTV, Google+, Nimbuzz, SMS GupShup, Square, Bango, Boku, Apple App Store, Google Android Market, BlackBerry App World, Nokia Ovi Store, Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and much more.

About this report
The term “disruptive technologies” is associated with technological innovations which are generally not expected to cause ripples within a given sector, but actually do just the opposite and in fact have the capability of completely redefining an industry with their performance. As a result, they represent potent and often unquantifiable threats to incumbent businesses.

Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) are facing a similar threat from disruptive mobile applications and services, including mobile video streaming, social networking, mobile VoIP, bulk messaging services, and mobile payments – all of which are discussed in this report.

MNOs have turned to value-added services in order to counter their falling voice ARPUs (Average Revenue per User) by increasing data ARPUs. And with mobile applications and services currently taking the mobile industry by storm and creating new opportunities, strategies are witnessing a seismic shift towards a stronger mobile applications focus in this quest to increase revenue.

Certainly MNOs can ill afford to ignore these apps and services. After all, this innovative and new league of apps and services has attracted millions of users worldwide and has helped both MNOs to gain subscribers’ loyalty, and to also drive the next wave of subscriber acquisition.

But MNOs need to be mindful of the long term ramifications – including that emerging disruptive applications and services ultimately threaten their key revenue generators: voice and SMS.

In 16 fact-filled chapters, this new study thoroughly examines the current breed of disruptive mobile applications and services, as well as the wider mobile apps market at worldwide and regional levels, app stores and app development.

With supporting case studies and profiles – including YouTube, MobiTV, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Nimbuzz, SMS GupShup, Square, Bango, and Boku – this new market study fully assesses the threats and opportunities that these hugely popular disruptive mobile applications and services present to MNOs.

Further reasons to buy this research:
•    Essential reading for all in the fast evolving mobile space
•    Grasp how the growing phenomenon of apps and services has proven disruptive and is changing the revenue flows and stakeholders involved in the mobile ecosystem
•    Identify new opportunities within the mobile apps sector
•    Appreciate how these new disruptive apps and services could ultimately kill voice and SMS cash cows
•    Assess the counter-measures/strategies MNOs can deploy to avoid becoming “dumb-pipes” and mere facilitators for these data services
•    Compare popular app stores by total apps available; percentage of game and non-game apps; percentage of free and paid apps; total number of downloads
•    Study invaluable supporting case studies and profiles
•    Features a full updated glossary of terms; and methodology for our apps forecasts
•    Report covers YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Angry Birds, MobiTV, Google+, Nimbuzz, SMS GupShup, Square, Bango, Boku, Apple App Store, Google Android Market, BlackBerry App World, Nokia Ovi Store, Windows Phone 7 Marketplace and much more

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Key features


Key features of this exciting new market study:
•    Explore the mobile apps market – one of the hottest topics within the mobile space
•    Benefit from detailed analysis
•    Review new growth forecasts for mobile app users, downloads and revenues to 2015; plus smartphone shipments
•    Understand what disruptive mobile apps and services are, and why you must care about them
•    Uncover the threats and opportunities that are posed by mobile video streaming, social networking, mobile VoIP, bulk messaging services, and mobile payments
•    Learn what goes into developing a successful mobile app
•    Gain insight into app development and monetisation: a gold rush or fool’s gold?
•    All this and more in this must-have 162 page report

Contents


  Click here to download full Contents listing, including 109 Tables and Figures
Summary contents
•    Introduction
•    Worldwide Mobile Market
•    Mobile Applications Market
•    Market Size
•    Value Chain
•    Popular Mobile Application Stores
•    Mobile Apps Development
•    App Development – Is there any money in it?
•    Disruptive Applications and Services – Opportunity or Threat to MNOs?
•    Mobile Video Streaming
•    Social Networking
•    Mobile VoIP
•    Bulk Messaging Services
•    Mobile Payments
•    Conclusions and Future Outlook
•    Appendices

With supporting case studies and profiles – including YouTube, MobiTV, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Nimbuzz, SMS GupShup, Square, Bango, and Boku – this new market study fully assesses the threats and opportunities that these hugely popular disruptive mobile applications and services present to MNOs.

Companies mentioned


Click here to download the list of over 120 companies mentioned in this Report

About Portio Research


Portio Research Ltd is an independent UK-based research company, focussed on providing high quality market studies.

For our large studies, we specialise in a tightly focussed niche within the mobile sector. We look at customers, I.E. mobile subscribers, and we look at network operators, and we focus mostly on the products and services that connect these two groups. We look at the relationships between operators, the products they sell and the people they sell them to, looking in particular at go-to-market strategies and how the products and services markets vary around the world. We cover all areas of the mobile space including network technologies, handsets and devices, but mobile content and non-voice mobile products, particularly messaging, are our core areas of expertise.

In addition to our highly-regarded off-the-shelf market research, we are also always looking to help clients with bespoke research requests, and we can turn around tailored research projects quickly and cost-effectively.

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