It’s that time again. Yesterday, Apple unveiled two new smartphones: a high-end version with a fingerprint scanner and a cheaper, colorful plastic model. Today’s graphic compares the new iPhone 5S with some of the most popular smartphones on the market.
Later today, Apple is expected to to introduce a cheaper version of the iPhone to help drive sales in emerging markets. Today’s graphic looks at how different iPhone models have performed in the market.
Samsung topped Nokia in overall mobile handset sales in Q2 of 2013, but lagged the Finnish phone maker in feature phone sales. Today’s graphic looks at India & global mobile handset sales broken down by vendor.
Global compact camera sales continue to decline as more consumers use smartphones to capture images. Today’s graphic is a comparison of the global shipments of smartphones, compacts cameras and SLR cameras. How do you think camera makers are going to innovate to reverse the trend?
Rocked by high-profile departures and internal disputes, HTC is struggling to rebuild itself as a force in smartphones. Today’s graphic looks at the company’s share price, net income and smartphone market share.
Apple’s seen its market share in China dwindle as homegrown smartphone makers crank out feature-packed budget models. Could the launch of a cheaper iPhone restore its flagging fortunes?
Last week, BlackBerry said that it is weighing options that could include an outright sale. Today’s graphic shows the decline in the company’s share price, market share and net income as well as some key events in the company’s history.
Worldwide smartphone shipments are expected to grow 13.3% annually between 2013 and 2017. Today’s graphic shows projections for the growth of the global smartphone market.
China’s smartphone and tablet demand is forecast to grow briskly in the next few years, boosting memory chip companies to invest and raise output. Today’s graphic shows projections for smartphone market share, China tablet shipments and global memory shipments.