With technologies rapidly changing, major brand manufacturers in the global smartphone market continue to introduce innovations to their products in order to firmly hold on to their market shares. Considering that smartphones generally have reached maturity in terms of technology and design. To achieve further market growth under this situation, major brands are now focusing on ways to differentiate their devices, such as expanding functionality and upgrading specifications.
On the other hand, do you have a good grasp of the trends that are driving the smartphone market? Besides providing an overview of the market scale and hardware trends, our webinar will also present analyses on the newly emerged technologies that are expected to heavily influence the development of future devices. Technology topics that will be covered in the webinar include foldable display, camera module, biometric recognition, and AMOLED. Additionally, a portion of the webinar will be devoted to forecasting Apple’s next steps in its iPhone roadmap. In sum, The Future of Smartphone Era Webinar is a convenient way for you to get updated on the latest market intelligence from TrendForce.
∕ Topics Covered by The Webinar ∕
Global Smartphone Market Scale & Spec Trends
Apple's iPhone Roadmap
Developments in AMOLED Smartphones and Foldable Displays
Trends in Smartphone Camera Modules & Biometric Solutions
∕ This Webinar Is Designed for You the… ∕
Academic & Industry Researchers
∕ Boyce Fan ∕
Research Director of WitsView, a Division of TrendForce
Formerly a market analyst for a major display manufacturer, Fan has accumulated an enormous wealth of practical knowledge related to his industry and the supply chain as a whole. His broad research scope encompasses the upstream sections of the panel supply chain, the evolution of display technologies, and the cost structure of panel production. Now as the research director of WitsView, Fan serves TrendForce’s clients by providing valuable insights on the rationales behind panel makers’ latest decisions with respect to capacity utilization and product development.