8 awesome data visualizations centered on the smartphone industry as it is

8 awesome data visualizations centered on the smartphone industry as it is
Through data visualizations of all kinds, statistics have served as a cornerstone of human knowledge for centuries, by giving us the means to analyze impossibly vast volumes of data through succinct and understandable presentations. For many — us included — data visualizations are an integral part to the reporting and reviewing process. In short, we love charts, and today, we're assuming that you do too!

From projected data consumption across the world, through Samsung's flailing sales, down to rise of larger-screened devices, we've picked 8 expertly-done charts, most of which courtesy of dataviz, so you can share in on the fun, get a better sense of what's going on in the smartphone industry, and even learn something new.

Here we go!



4. Sauce5 unregistered

the 70 million iPhones sold in a single quarter still wows me, as well that the 10 million sold JUST in one weekend. If I was CEO of Samsung Mobile, I sure as hell would be envious of this.

1. BobbyBuster

Posts: 854; Member since: Jan 13, 2015

Hey PA, where is the profit chart? Waiting for trolls & summoning SuperNova....

2. Iodine

Posts: 1520; Member since: Jun 19, 2014

But you know.... today profits doesn't matter, companies invented a way how to innovate even while losing money.... /s

3. BobbyBuster

Posts: 854; Member since: Jan 13, 2015

Wow, that's indeed innovative.

6. shahrooz

Posts: 792; Member since: Sep 17, 2013

what do you have to do with apple profits as a consumer? The line between stupidity and fanboyism is getting more blurred everyday...

8. faptastic

Posts: 65; Member since: Aug 19, 2014

The profits point out one simple painful fact: You've paid that much just for the brand name. Apple could've sold the iPhone for 200usd and still make a nice bunch of profit. But I guess greed and preying on those that don't know any better has clearly taken the upper hand. And having main competition from Android that's full of bugs and problems and the other competition having a better OS but much worse brand image is of course not helping either. The iPhones hardware is extremely simple and has no standout features. It's cheap to build and cheap to repair and easy to replace. This is exactly why so many not-tech people buy it. It's just the device they're the least afraid of. It's the simplest hardware and software with no surprises, no fancy features and doesn't stand out. That's why so many people like it. Not much can go wrong with something that doesn't much in the first place.

9. .Veritas.

Posts: 17; Member since: May 27, 2015

Well said. You won't see Bobbybuster, replying to this. Cause you just shut him up. Lmao.

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