The global market report, focusing on the details of the smartphone sensors market, revealed a possibility of surpassing USD 64.02bn by 2025, all the while recording a 5.5% CAGR during the forecast period encompassing 2019 to 2025. Market Research Future (MRFR) discussed factors that will influence the market outcome in the coming years. These factors are the inclusion of better technologies, the rising scope for development in the Asia Pacific region, hike in investment for research, demand for sophistication in phones, incorporation of diverse features to increase applications, and others.
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DYNA IMAGE Corporation (China), AG(Austria), Broadcom Inc. (US), Epticore Microelectronics Co., Ltd. (China), Epson Europe Electronics GmbH (Germany), Innovacom (France), Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. (Taiwan), Meggitt SA (UK), Melexis (France), Maxim Integrated (US), NEXT Biometrics Group ASA (Norway), Murata Electronics Oy (Finland), Sony Corporation (Japan), Omron Corporation (Japan), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.(South Korea), STMicroelectronics (France), Panasonic Corporation (Japan), and Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (US) are companies involved in the betterment of the smartphone sensors market.
In August 2020, Samsung, the South Korean Smartphone makers, announced the unraveling of its Samsung The Galaxy Note 20 series that includes the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G smartphones. The launch can be boosted by the e-commerce giant Amazon and the probable date for an India launch is 28th August. This smartphone will showcase three rear cameras with one 12MP main sensor, 64MP secondary sensor, and a 12MP tertiary sensor. The series is expected to get an edge in the market for its design and sophisticated applications.
In July 2020, ams, a leading company is known for being a supplier of high-performance sensor solutions, launched the world’s smallest integrated ambient light sensor (ALS) that comes with a proximity detection module, which will improve mobile handset OEM’s who are catering to the mid-range market segment assisting in the development of mobile devices with virtually bezel-less displays. This module has been named as TMD2755, which occupies 40% less area and 64% less volume than other devices that are available in the market.
However, the COVID-19 crisis is set to bolster the market in myriad ways. Smartphones are emerging as a handy device that can help in the detection of diseases and in telemedicine. This has inspired companies to experiment with sensors that can be used for such actions. With better research and development scope, this market is bound to influence the global smartphone market.
The global report with details of the smartphone sensors market, has been studied on the basis of a segmentation that includes mobile type, application, and sensor type. These segments have data, fetched by experts, which can be used later to form strategies and increase the profit margin.
By sensor type, the review of the smartphone sensors market reveals a segmentation that includes GPS, biometric sensors, image sensors, gyroscope, magnetometer, accelerometer, and others. The image sensors segment has been segmented into CCD and CMOS sensors. The biometric sensors segment includes face recognition, fingerprint sensors, and iris scanners.
By mobile type, the report on the smartphone sensors market includes segments like rugged smartphones, standard smartphones, and others.
By application, the study on the smartphone sensors market includes segments like mid-range, high-end, and low-end.
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Asia Pacific would dominate the global market with maximum smartphone sensors market share. Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, and India are expected to make sure that growth never takes a dive in the region.
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