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[January 26, 2013]

Signals and Systems Telecom Brings Out 'Worldwide Handset Tracking Report: 2005 - 2011' Report [Professional Services Close - Up]

(Professional Services Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) According to a report by Signals and Systems Telecom, despite the economic woes placing growth prospects for the cellular phone market at risk, long-term mobile handset shipment demand is forecast to grow at a steady pace throughout time owing to the core role cellular phones play in human beings' lives.

The markets are expected to keep on being strong contributors due to their sheer size and growth trajectory; the question is, however, whether they can offset potential declines in other countries.

Some of the worldwide mobile handset makers include Samsung, Apple, Nokia, Research In Motion, Acer, Alcatel, ASUS, ZTE, Lenovo, General Mobile, Dell, Siemens, Verson, Hitachi, Hi-Tech, LC Mobile, Lemon, Lenovo, Letus, Dopod, Eastcom, KC Mobile, Kong Profit, Orion, Panasonic, Panda Electronics, Pantech & Curitel, Philips, Phoenix, and PhoneOne, among a goulash of others.

Discounted research report "Worldwide Handset Tracking Report: 2005 - 2011" elaborated by Signals and Systems Telecom offers a guide to the worldwide cellular handset market.

Covering a total of 7,550 hand models circulating in the market since 2005, the study looks into current handset launches from over 272 manufacturers globally, as well as provides detailed forecasts on these launches up to 2015. Additionally, investment opportunities and market behavior, as well as market sizing and segmentation can be tracked in the report as well.

Report Details: Title: Worldwide Handset Tracking Report: 2005 - 2011 Published: September, 2011 Pages: 514 http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/ telecommunications/worldwide_handset_tracking_report_2005_2011.html Report Contents: INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 1.SECTION 1: GLOBAL HANDSET LAUNCHES AND FORECASTS 1.1. Unique Handset Models in the Market 1.2. Long Term Handset Launch Forecasts 2. SECTION 2: LIST OF HISTORICAL HANDSET LAUNCHES BY MANUFACTURER Report information: http://marketpublishers.com/members/snstelecom/info.html ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com)) (c) 2013 ProQuest Information and Learning Company; All Rights Reserved.

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