Global mobile phone shipments got 320 million units in the fourth quarter

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Friday market analysis firm Strategy Analytics (SA) published reports that the fourth quarter of 2009, finally ending the world's mobile phone, "a year-long period of recession", and shipments are expected to maintain upward momentum in the first quarter increase of 8%.Asus N10J battery

The fourth quarter of 2009, worldwide mobile phone shipments up 10% to reach 324.4 million units, compared with 293.8 million units, which is from 2008 since the third quarter shipments growth in the first quarter.

Shipments of Nokia and Samsung topped the list, is the fourth quarter of 2009, the only increase in worldwide shipments of business.Asus U1 battery

This is a number of smaller companies dropped the cost of shipments, such as LG, Sony Ericsson (Sweden Ericsson phone companies and a joint venture of Sony Corporation of Japan), and Motorola.

"Mobile phone sales from the high growth in gross domestic product, consumer confidence increased operator training, as well as Nokia and Samsung and other major brands [stable] eye-catching mobile phone launched channel," Strategy Analytics said.

2009 full-year shipments of 1.13 billion mobile phone units, is still lower than 4% a year earlier. Strategy Analytics Although the company did not give a 2010 shipment growth forecast, it noted that first-quarter handset shipments will be 265 million units, compared with 244.5 million last year. Battery for DELL E6400

"Consumers, operators and handset makers are working steadily to restore confidence. However, some major regions (eg South America) is still somewhat fragile, so the recovery process is not always smooth, but some areas will show more prominent," Strategy Analytics's global Wireless Business Unit Director of Moston (Neil Mawston) said.

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