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Early 2019 smartphone production worldwide predicted to hit lows last seen in 2013

[2019-01-14 14:29:36]

Global smartphone production is continuing to fall and will do for some time, according to analysts for Credit Suisse, with the investment bank forecasting production in the first quarter of 2019 for all manufacturers including Apple will fall to a level last observed in 2013.

Early 2019 smartphone production worldwide predicted to hit lows last seen in 2013


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