Who will Lead the Smartphone Market during 2017?

Due to the changing and emerging technologies in the smartphone industry, phones have undergone through many fundamental changes. Remember the phone we were using 10 year back and the one we are in our hands today? Apple has removed headphone jack from it’s iPhone 7, Samsung has failed to produce Note 7 for it’s users hence the company will be now more concerned about safety issues and Google has successfully launched Pixel. Keeping in view these changes, Forbes Technology Council comprising of successful CTOs and CIOs came forward and shed insights on the developing businesses and techs. Who will Lead the Smartphone Market during 2017

Who will Lead the Smartphone Market during 2017?

Total 9 technology leaders from the Council did analysis on how the smartphone market will reshape itself after emerging technologies.

Google will take good place in the year due to its some interesting features like VR compatibility etc

The analysis concluded following interesting points for all smartphone users:

  • Google’s Pixel will Earn Good Recognition

Google will take good place in the year due to its some interesting features like VR compatibility etc.

  • Android will Win

As it is always Apple versus the world. The removal of headphone jack by the Apple will either prove to be a good decision or a huge failure; its a win-lose situation. But whatever happens, Android will win and secure its position in this year too.

  • No Jack Won’t Matter for Apple

Apple will earn some of the Android users due to the Samsung Galaxy 7 fiasco but still due to price factor not to a great extent.

The competition is always about the Apple versus the world

  • It’s Not Only About the Technology

The council also agreed on one interesting point that its not only the specifications that attract the users, rather people are also fascinated by the trend in the smartphone these days. They will readily buy a phone that is in the market or in their social surroundings.

Conclusion: Competition is Always Better than a Complete Victory

As the smartphone industry has hugely transformed during this decade, hence, the Forbes Technology Council analysts concluded that a complete victory in this race will be very difficult for all brands. Rather they can give tough tie to each other by introducing such innovative features in the coming years. There can not be a single winner whereas “Apple” and “Samsung” will continue leading the industry.

Source: Forbes

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