IDC: Smartphone shipments are expected to decline 3.5% in 2022

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has published, in its new research, that smartphone shipments will decline by 3 – 3.5% to 1.31 – 1.36 billion units in 2022, making it the market will continue in, as the company changed its previous forecast for shipments from a growth of 1.6% to a decrease of 3.5%, which would bring the total to 1.31 billion units.

Same time, good time, shutdowns, shutdowns, inflation, geopolitical tensions, and the way supply works are all factors that contribute to this reference, and according to IDC, global demand and supply at the same time Apple started issuing original purchase orders, however, due to Company control of supply chain and hardware ASP.

Central and Eastern Europe, China and Europe markets are expected to decline by 22%, 11.5% and 1% respectively, while most other regions will see 3% growth.

The good news is that IDC expects that the connector issues will be resolved in the second half of 2022, and that sales of 5G devices will increase by 25.5 percent year-over-year in 2022, valid on that, but because of that, because the reason to shift the market toward 5G SoCs.

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