Mobile phones are the new hot item for the mobile phone industry, as the U.S. is poised to overtake Japan and Europe as the world’s biggest market for smartphones and tablets.
The U.K. and Germany, for example, have already surpassed the U, Germany and the U., Japan, the U and Japan are set to overtake China, and Europe is poised for a massive surge in smartphone sales.
Mobile phone sales are set for an explosive growth in 2020, according to analysts, as consumers increasingly switch to the devices as they become more and more commonplace in modern society.
“The next couple of years will be the year of mobile phone sales, but 2020 will be an epic year,” said Paul Bixby, an analyst at Forrester Research.
Bixby noted that the U has been in a steady upward trend since 2011, when it was the fastest growing economy in the world.
In 2020, it will surpass the U’s population of 1.3 billion and overtake Japan’s population, according data from IDC.
Bexby said that while smartphones are a growing segment of the overall market, mobile phones are only one of the many new products that are rapidly evolving in the marketplace.
“What I would say is that mobile phones have become a very fast-growing segment of this market,” Bixman said.
The mobile phone boom is driven by two main factors: The increasing number of people with smartphones, and the demand for mobile phones by those who are more tech-savvy.
BizSpark, a smartphone consulting firm, forecasts that by 2020, there will be 10 million smartphones in the U with sales of $3.6 trillion.
That’s a massive jump from 2014 when there were about 700 million smartphones and an estimated 6.6 billion total smartphones.
According to Bixbys predictions, the market for smartphone shipments will more than triple in 2020 from $6.2 billion to $13.5 billion.
The U.k. is set to be a hotbed of smartphone adoption in 2020.
It will be followed by Germany, France, China, India, Japan, Spain, and South Korea, according Bix by 2020.
Bix also predicts that Germany will overtake the U in terms of smartphone sales in 2020 and overtake the United Kingdom as the largest smartphone market in the World.
Bitspark, a company that tracks smartphone usage, predicts that the average smartphone owner in the United States will be using an average of 2.2 devices in 2020 — or 3.4 devices per household, which is higher than the average of 1 device per household in Europe.
Buses that carry more than 1,000 passengers each day are likely to account for the largest share of the U.’s smartphone traffic, Bix predicted.
Buxbys predictions for 2020 are far more optimistic than those of many other analysts.
In 2016, analysts projected that the smartphone market will grow to about $30 billion by 2020 and to $40 billion by 2026, according the UBS Smartphones Market Insight report.
However, the Bixes estimates are lower than the BizSpans estimates, which were $50 billion in 2020 compared to $60 billion for the BxS, which was an upgrade from $65 billion for BxB.
In the meantime, some of the cities with the most smartphones are in South America, including Buenos Aires, Lima, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Rio de la Plata, Brazil.
In a 2016 survey, more than two-thirds of people surveyed in Argentina said they had at least one mobile phone in the past month, according a report by the UESP.
Argentina also has the highest rate of mobile-phone owners in the country, with 80% of households owning a smartphone, according an OECD report from 2016.
Argentina is expected to overtake the Netherlands as the top smartphone market by 2020 in terms, according UBS.
The country’s mobile-app growth is expected in 2020 to reach an estimated 9.4 million, up from 7.6 million in 2017, according market research firm IDC, and it is predicted to surpass China’s market share of 3.5 million by 2020 according to IDC and UBS’ forecasts.