PRN: "Feature Phones Accounted for Over 70% of Global Handset Sales in 2011" Reports Visiongain

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"Feature Phones Accounted for Over 70% of Global Handset Sales in 2011" Reports Visiongain

 
[17-December-2011]
 

LONDON, December 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

http://www.visiongain.com/Report/736/Low-Cost-Handsets-Feature-Phones-and-Entry-Level-Smartphone-Report-2011-2016

Visiongain's latest research Low Cost Handsets, Feature Phones and Entry Level Smartphone Report 2011-2016 shows that feature phones will continue to dominate the telecoms market. While the mature market is consumed with high end Smartphones, Tablets and App stores the issue of oversaturation is still without a solution. For emerging economies penetration rates are low and for operators and OEMs these areas represent vast untapped potential revenue streams, but how best to capitalize? The feature phone will remain a crucial device in manufacturer's portfolios over the next five years as emerging economies come to fruition. Low cost and ultra low cost segments mean that no-one need be without a handset.

Many emerging economies suffer from underdeveloped infrastructure and in regions without widespread access to 3G Smartphone adoption is consequently low. Other factors that have added to the slow uptake of these devices centre on price and the unwillingness of key players from mature markets such as Apple and RIM to market and push their devices in this area. As a result the competitive landscape is ripe for new entrants, new devices and a potential monopoly for anyone providing a winning strategy.

This report offers forecasts of declining ASP's for each device type. In depth regional information regarding operators, current subscriber data and detailed penetration rates is provided to ensure a through knowledge needed for segmentation. Further to this bill of material costs and average selling prices are cross referenced to outline the issue with margins when devising low and ultra low cost strategies. Key ecosystem players and up to date offerings are compared, contrasted and analysed to reveal winning strategies. Visiongain's research has located gaps in the market where new entrants can step in to capitalise, gain market share and ultimately widen revenue streams.  

For further information on this report click on:

http://www.visiongain.com/Report/736/Low-Cost-Handsets-Feature-Phones-and-Entry-Level-Smartphone-Report-2011-2016

Please contact Sara Peerun for an exec summary:
Email: sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com
Tel: +44(0)20-7336-6100

Executive Summary 
E1 Feature Phone Sales Will Continue to Rise
E2 Key Markets in Emerging Economies
E3 Slow Uptake for Smartphones 
E4 Insufficient Infrastructure - Skipping the PC Revolution 
E5. Points Emerged from this Research

1. Introduction
1.1 Defining Low Cost Handsets
1.2 Defining Ultra Low Cost Handsets
1.3 Defining Emerging Markets 
1.4 Defining the Entry level Smartphone
1.4.1 Lack of 3G Infrastructure Leading to Slow Smartphone Adoption Rates 
1.4.2 Impact of ITU Regulations on Broadband Access
1.4.3 Impact of Mobile Broadband on BRIC Nations
1.5 Importance of Low Cost Mobile Internet 
1.6 Global Penetration of Feature Phones
1.7 Aim of the Report
1.8 Questions Answered by the Report
1.9 Structure of the Report
1.10 Methodology

2. Key Ecosystem Players - Offerings and Strategies
2.1 The Entry Level Handset Space
2.2 Operators
2.2.1 Vodafone
2.2.1.1 Vodafone Partnership Strategies
2.2.1.2 Vodafone Own Brand Handsets 
2.2.1.3 Analysis of Vodafone Own Brand Handset Features
2.2.1.4 Pre-Pay Balance Indicator
2.2.1.5 M-PESA
2.2.1.6 Regional Adoption of M-PESA
2.2.1.7 Analysis of Vodafone's use of M-PESA
2.2.1.8 Vodafone Using Opera Mini to Combat Data Restrictions and Network Capacity Issues
2.2.1.9 Summary Analysis of Vodafone's Own Brand Handset Offering
2.3 OEMs
2.3.1 Nokia Offerings and Strategies
2.3.1.1 Is Nokia's Market Share in Terminal Decline?
2.3.1.2 Nokia Handset Offerings
2.3.1.3 Nokia Life Tools (NLT)
2.3.1.4 Analysis of Nokia Life Tools
2.3.1.5 Nokia Money
2.3.1.6 Nokia Money - Benefits and Analysis
2.3.1.7 Nokia to Create New Feature Phone Operating System?
2.3.1.8 Nokia's Entry Level Smartphone Offering
2.3.1.9 Analysis of Nokia's Entry Level Smartphone Offerings
2.3.2 Huawei 
2.3.2.1 Huawei's Strategy
2.3.2.2 Analysis of Huawei's Reverse Innovation Strategy
2.3.2.3 Huawei's Android Based Handset Offerings
2.3.2.4 Huawei Optimus / U8180
2.3.2.5 Cloud Based Feature Phones for Indian Market 
2.3.2.6 3G Feature Phones 
2.3.2.7 Huawei's 3G Feature Phone Strategy 
2.3.3 ZTE Offerings and Strategies
2.3.3.1 Analysis of ZTE's Shifting Strategy
2.3.4 Micromax Offerings and Strategies
2.3.4.1 Micromax Rural Subscriber Strategy
2.3.4.2 Micromax Segmentation Strategies
2.3.4.3 Analysis of Micromax Strategies
2.3.5 Gentag to Offer Low Cost NFC/RFID Handset 
2.3.5.1 Analysis of NFC Handsets in Emerging Markets
2.3.6 Motorola Offerings and Strategies
2.3.6.1 Motorola Feature Phone Offerings 
2.3.6.2 Targeting the Emerging Economies with Feature Phones
2.3.6.3 Google Acquisition and Potential Transformation of Strategies
2.3.6.4 Motorola's Entry level Smartphone Offering 
2.3.6.5 Analysis of Motorola's Offerings
2.3.7 MediaTek Strategy and Offerings
2.3.7.1 MediaTek Leveraging Facebook for Emerging Economies Market Share
2.3.7.1.1 Will Facebook Capable Feature Phones be a Game Changer?
2.3.7.2 Single Chip Solutions to Further Strengthen MediaTek's Position
2.3.7.3 Analysis of MediaTek's Offerings
2.4 Comparative Summary Analysis of All Key Offerings

3. Regional Markets and Operator Involvement Analysis
3.1 BRIC Nations
3.1.1Brazil
3.1.1.1 Latin America to Reap Revenues from Mobile Finance Services
3.1.2 Russia
3.1.3 India
3.1.3.1 Indian Operators to Partner for 3G Roaming 
3.1.3.2 Current Handset Vendor Market Share India
3.1.4 China
3.1.4.1 How Operators Tackle Saturated Markets
3.1.4.2 Smartphone Sales: China vs. United States 
3.1.4.3 Further Opportunities in Asia Pacific
3.1.4.3.1 Thailand
3.2 Opportunities in the European Market 
3.3 Opportunities in the African Market
3.3.1 France Telecom Orange 
3.3.2 Analysis of France Telecom Orange's Involvement in African Markets

4. Current Emerging Market Trends and Future Evolution
4.1 Effect of Emerging Market Internet Opportunities on Entry Level Smartphone Sales
4.2 Future Handset Requirements and OEM Strategies
4.3 Customer Segmentation Strategies and End User Perspective
4.4 Leveraging Cloud Services for Emerging Economies
4.4.1 Cloud Services in Madagascar
4.4.1.1 Movirtu Cloud Phone
4.4.2 Cloud for Emerging Economy Enterprises 
4.4.2.1 Analysis of Cloud Services Potential Impact on Emerging Economy Enterprises
4.5 Bill of Materials vs. Average Selling Price - How to Maximise Margins
4.5.1 Single Chip Solutions
4.5.2 External Component Costs
4.5.3 Shrinking Designs and Lowering Geometries 
4.5.4 Wholesale ARP and Declining BOM
4.5.5 Analysis of Maximising Margins Strategies
4.5.6 Potential Costs Incurred - Long Term Strategies

5. Forecasts
5.1 Global Low Cost Handset Shipments 2011-2016
5.2 Global Ultra Low Cost Handset Shipments 2011-2016
5.3 Global Entry Level Smartphone Shipments 2011-2016
5.4 Declining Cost of Low Cost Handsets 2011-2016 
5.5 Declining Cost of Ultra Low Cost Handsets 2011-2016 
5.6 Declining Cost of Entry Level Smartphones 2011-2016 
5.7 Declining Costs Summary
5.8 Regional Sales of Smartphones and Feature Phones
5.8.1Smartphone vs. Feature phone sales in Asia Pacific - 2011-2016
5.8.2 Smartphone vs. Feature phone sales in Europe - 2011-2016
5.8.3 Smartphone vs. Feature phone sales in Africa and Middle East - 2011-2016
5.8.4 Smartphone vs. Feature phone sales in North America - 2011-2016
5.8.5 Smartphone vs. Feature phone sales in Latin America - 2011-2016
5.9 Top Global Handset Manufacturers by Market Share (2011-2016)

6. Recommendations and Conclusion
6.1 Customer-Centric Approach
6.2 Regional Segmentation Strategies
6.3 Partnerships with Local Players
6.4 Build Infrastructure
6.5 Conclusion

Companies Listed
Aditya Birla Group
Aircel
AIS (Advanced Info Service) 
Alcatel Lucent
Alfa Group 
Algar
America Movil 
Apollo Hospital 
Apple 
Axiata Group Berhad 
Batelco 
BDNES
Beeline
Bharti Airtel
Bharti Enterprises
BSNL
China Mobile
China Telecom
China Unicom
Claro
CTBC
DTAC
Dynamix Balwas Group
Ericsson
Essar Group 
Etisalat
Gentag
HFCL Infotel 
Huawei Technologies
Idea Cellular
International Telecommunication Union
IPOC International Growth Fund
KT
LG Electronics
Loop Mobile India
Maxis Communications 
MediaTek
Megafon
Micromax
Motorola
Movirtu
MTNL
MTS India
NetFront
New Telephone Company
NEXTEL
NII Holdings
Nokia
NSN
Oi 
Opera
Ping Mobile
PT Telecom 
Reliance 
Research In Motion 
Rostelecom
S Tel
Safaricom
Samsung
Santa Trading Pvt 
Scartel
Sercomtel
Shyam Group 
Singapore Telecommunications 
Sistema
Siva Group 
SkyLink
SMARTS
Sony
Sotel
Sotovaja Svjaz MOTIV
Svyazinvest
Tata Group
Tata Teleservices
Tele2
Tele2 AB
Telecom Italia 
Telefonica 
Telekominvest 
Telenor 
TeliaSonera 
TIM
True Move
Uninor
Unitech Group 
Videocon
Vimpelcom
Vivo
Vodafone
Vodafone Essar
Yota
ZTE 

Notes for Editors

About visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Telecoms, Energy, Pharmaceutical, Defence, Materials sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on.

If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call her on +44(0)-207-336-6100


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