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Smartphone makers shipped 37 million fewer units in February 2020 than 2019
The 38 percent decline was the biggest single month fall in history
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Smartphone sales have taken a major hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, with global shipments declining 38 percent in February compared to the same period in 2019.
There were a total of 61.8 million smartphones shipped to retailers around the world in February of 2020, down from 99.2 million phones that were sent in February of 2019.
The decline is the biggest ever for the worldwide smartphone industry, according to Neil Mawston of Strategy Analytics, the firm whose market report first revealed the numbers.
The global smartphone market slumped 38 percent in February, the biggest single month decline in the industry's still young history
'Supply and demand of smartphones plunged in China, slumped across Asia, and slowed in the rest of the world,' Mawston told BBC.
'It is a period the smartphone industry will want to forget.'
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