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  • Antonios Maroulis | September 03, 2015
    This is not the first time that Google’s hardware is compatible with iOS. Google’s experiment with eye-wear, Google Glass, was also compatible with iPhones in addition to Android and offered very similar functionality. This is a big step for the smartwatch industry. To date, iPhone users’ choices of smartwatches were limited...
  • September 02, 2015
    With introduction of the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, smartphone display resolution has reach a new high mark in resolution jumping from the current Quad HD format to the new 4K Ultra HD resolution. However, this milestone also hints at the limits of high resolution display applications in smartphones. This market insight describes why 4K may be the upper limit of smartphone resolution specification.
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  • Ian Fogg | September 02, 2015
    While Sony seeks to visibly differentiate its new range with the 4K ultra high definition (UHD) display on the Z5 Premium, this threatens to overshadow the more significant improvements to the range which will be of more benefit to more consumers.
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Mobile Device Electronics Intelligence quantifies the market for all semiconductor and cellular technologies driven by the mobile device industry spanning devices to infrastructure. It includes detail on the available market by device shipment volume and revenues as well as semiconductor device type (i.e. logic ASSP/ASIC, memory, analog ASSP/ASIC, etc) consumed by each segment of the total wireless industry.
Understanding the future of the smartphone and high speed 4G is critical for all operators, OEMs, media companies, and component suppliers engaged in mobile.
As the global handset market increasingly becomes dominated by smartphones, market dynamics are driving divergent requirements across multiple tiers of devices. Smartphone Electronics Design Intelligence captures market drivers on both a global as well as OEM level enabling rapid analysis and implementation of strategic and tactical initiatives.
Provides data, insight, and analysis of the latest trends in the global tablet and eReader market.
The wearable technology market is ramping dramatically and presents opportunity for explosive future growth. The world market for wearable technology reached $8.5 billion in revenues during 2012, with 96 million devices shipped. By 2018, unit shipments are forecast to reach 210 million...
The explosive demand in wireless devices represents significant opportunity for the semiconductor industry. The Wireless Semiconductor Competitive Intelligence Service provides deep insight and analysis on the rapidly shifting core chipset supplier landscape across a range of mobile devices from wireless infrastructure, mobile broadband devices and handsets. Metrics offer extremely detailed semiconductor supplier market shares by end application, wireless function and technologies.

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  • Icon Senior Analyst, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Brad Shaffer works as a research analyst for the telecommunications team. Brad conducts research and analysis on the RF components market and continually tracks the competitive landscape of the greater wireless semiconductor market.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Mobile Media, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Daniel Gleeson is leading the mobile team's coverage into mobile technology. His research encompasses handsets, smartphones, mobile broadband, mobile data traffic, mobile data revenue, spectrum and 4G.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Mobile Devices & Networks
    Wayne Lam is principal analyst within the wireless communications team and is responsible for research related to the market tracking, forecast and supply chain analysis of mobilized devices.

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