DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4d6bh3/smartphones) has announced the addition of the "Smartphones Future Development Trends Observed at CES 2014" report to their offering.
Amid the maturity of smartphones, Chinese brands' smartphones featuring high-end specifications and low prices have made remarkable inroads into the market. MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute) observed that most of smartphones exhibited at CES 2014 are either from PC or Chinese branded vendors. This report profiles new smartphones exhibited at CES 2014, touching on their major specifications, and examines development trends of first- and second-tier smartphones.
List of Topics:
- Background introduction, touching on core product design of smartphones demonstrated at CES 2014
- Analysis of smartphones released by mainly PC brands and Chinese brands at CES 2014, including first- and second-tier vendors and their advantages competing against international brands
Key Topics Covered:
1. PC Brands Continuing to Weigh on High-end, Low-priced Products
2. Chinese Brands Trying to Raise Their Profile
List of Tables
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