While the total mobile phone shipments to Africa declined by 6.0 per cent year on year (YoY) in Q3 2020, shipments to Nigeria grew due to a shift from vendors to entry-level and mid-range devices.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) made this known in its Quarterly Global Mobile Phone Tracker. It said the decline in Africa’s shipments stemmed mainly from feature phones, with the delivery of the devices declining by 11.2 per cent YoY in Q3 2020 to a total of 29.4 million units.
IDC, global technology research and consulting firm, explained that by contrast, smartphone shipments were up by a healthy 14.1 per cent YoY, with 22.9 million smartphones shipped to the region during the quarter.
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