Ken Hyers, director of Strategy Analytics, said: "We expect global 5G intelligence by 2019.Mobile phoneThe shipment will reach 5 million units. In this year's global smartphone shipments, less than 1% of smartphones will support 5G functionality. Global shipments of 5G smartphones are small due to expensive equipment pricing, bottlenecks in components and limited availability of 5G networks.
Ville Petteri-Ukonaho, senior analyst at Strategy Analytics, added: "Samsung will become an early leader in 5G smartphones in the first half of 2019 because it will be the first to launch 5G smartphones in Korea and the United States. We expect LG,HUAWEI,milletMotorola, Motorola and others will launch 5G phones later this year, followed by Apple's first 5G in the second half of 2020.IPhone。 In the competition for 5G smartphones, the iPhone seems to be at least a year behind Samsung, and Apple must be careful not to fall too far behind.
Neil Mawston, executive director of Strategy Analytics, added: "The short-term outlook for 5G smartphones is weak, but the long-term opportunities are still huge. We expect that by 2025, global shipments of 5G smartphones will reach 1 billion units per year. Verizon orChina MobileThe 5G network launched by other operators provides high-speed and ultra-low latency services such as 8K video, streaming games and augmented reality for enterprises. The next big question for the mobile industry is how much consumers really want to pay for the new 5G smartphones and services.