Handset Country Share Tracker

A vital tracking tool for helping companies measure the success of competitors and partners in their local markets.

March 3, 2014 08:39 woh

With almost all developed handset markets such as USA, France, Germany, Canada and South Korea suffering annual handset volume drop in Q4 2013, as identified in our recent report under HCST (Handset Country Share Tracker), Japan is almost the only country which grew annually in Q4 2013, mainly boosted by the explosive demand for Apple's iPhone 5S and 5C products, offered through all three local carriers including NTT Docomo. Apple dominated the Japanese handset market with an all-time high iPhone shipments.

Our Japan Handset Vendor Marketshare by Operator in Q4 2013 report, available to our paid clients, will give the readers how strong Apple was in Q4 2013 in Japanese handset market.


July 10, 2013 03:49 woh

The smartphone shipments in Japan grew a massive +24% annually in Q1 2013. NTT Docomo was the key carrier driving this growth with healthy demand for its Xi branded LTE network and smartphones. In overall Japanese market in Q1 2013, two foreign vendors, Apple & Samsung, and two local vendors, Sony and Fujitsu captured the top four OEMs with robust supply of LTE handsets.

Domestic vendors’ performance remained weak in all three local operators while Sony became the top supplier to NTT DoCoMo, surpassing Samsung and Fujitsu with strong demand for its new flagship Sony Xperia Z smartphone. 

This report published by Handset Country Share Tracker (HCST) service, which is available to our clients, tracks handset vendor marketshare for 17 OEMs by quarter across all major operators in Japan, including NTT Docomo, Softbank and KDDI. The report can be used by handset vendors, component makers, content developers, vehicle manufacturers and others to identify winners and losers by carrier in the high-value Japanese mobile market.


April 2, 2013 10:19 woh

Global smartphone shipments surged +38% annually in Q4 2012. We estimate the top 10 smartphone families accounted for over two thirds of smartphones shipped worldwide during the quarter. Samsung and Apple top the charts, but Sony's Xperia, LG's Optimus and Huawei 's Ascend series are quietly gaining traction. This report, Global Smartphone Shipments by Family / Model: Q4 2012, available to the clients of our HCST (Handset Country Share Tracker) service, tracks the world's best-selling smartphone families and models by shipment volumes from Q1 2011 to Q4 2012. This report will give you the information on how many units of iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and other flagship models from smartphone vendors have been shipped on a quarterly basis for two years. In this regards, this report is a valuable tool for component makers, car manufacturers, content suppliers, mobile operators, device vendors and other stakeholders who want to identify and measure the world's most-popular smartphones by individual model.

 

 

 

 


September 27, 2012 17:34 Alex Spektor

According to Strategy Analytics’ Country Share Tracker (CST) service, 15 countries represented three-quarters of global smartphone shipments in Q2 2012: Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, UK, and USA. During the quarter, Samsung was the number one smartphone vendor in 13 of these countries. Meanwhile, Apple captured the top spot in the United States, desipite early anticipation of the recently released iPhone 5. Indeed, Samsung and Apple have separated themselves from the rest of the pack, as the ony two smartphone vendors with double-digit marketshare worldiwde. More smartphone vendor shipments to 15 key countries worldwide in Q2 2012 can be viewed by clients here.