Posted January 12, 2018 09:00:24It may be too early to say that the smartphone industry is slowing down, but the numbers are telling a different story.
According to data from Sensor Tower, smartphone shipments in the first quarter of 2019 were down by 5.3% year-on-year, which is the worst in a decade.
The decline has been largely due to the release of new Android phones in India and South Korea, as well as the introduction of a new version of Apple’s iPhone in China, which has helped the industry rebound from its downturn.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, which owns both Apple and Samsung, has also announced a new smartphone with a 5.5-inch display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.
The new device is expected to be released in late 2018, with a price tag of $800.
While smartphone shipments have declined across the globe, the slowdown in Singapore is largely due a drop in sales to other markets.
Sales to other countries were up in the second quarter of 2018, according to Sensor Tower.
In the United States, sales to China were up by 4.3%, while in Europe sales were up 4.7%.
Sales in Asia were down in China by 2.6% year on year, according.
Sales in Japan and South-East Asia fell by 2% and 3%, respectively.
The sales figures are based on sales to the US, UK, Canada and Australia, and are adjusted for sales to overseas markets.
The Smartphone Industry in Singapore Source: Sensor Tower The number of smartphone shipments is a measure of how many phones are being sold, but it’s not the only indicator of growth.
In fact, sales have risen by more than 50% since the year 2000.
The average smartphone sale in Singapore grew by nearly 50% during the first half of 2018.
According the Smartphone industry in Singapore, sales are down across the board due to a lack of competition, rising smartphone prices and lower-than-expected demand for new smartphones.
Source: Sensor Towers Singapore is a city with a strong smartphone industry.
It’s the largest smartphone market in the world, and with more than 100 million smartphones sold every year, it has a long way to go to compete with the global smartphone market.
But as the smartphone market is in a transition, it’s important to remember that it is a global phenomenon.
The country is growing rapidly, and if the market continues to expand at this rate, the smartphone boom will be a long and prosperous one.