South Korean smartphone maker Samsung has regained the top spot in global shipments in the third quarter of the calendar year, after falling behind Chinese vendor Huawei in the second quarter, according to technology analyst firms Canalys, Counterpoint Research and IDC.
The prevailing economic uncertainty will force smartphone prices globally down, with nearly three-quarters of the devices to be sold at prices below US$400 (A$546.9), the technology analyst firm IDC has forecast.
Global smartphone shipments are expected to drop by nearly 10% this year, the tech analyst firm IDC says, forecasting growth in 2021 largely due to shipments of 5G devices.
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