In the first half year of 2008, China's mobile phone export volume reached 248 million units and its export value totaled US$14.7 billion, meaning that the average price per unit was US$59.3.
In 2007, China's mobile phone export accounted for around 51% of the global total, followed by Eastern Europe including mainly Poland, Estonia and Romania, which exported handsets with brands of Nokia and Sony-Ericsson. Indian mobile phone export took up 11% of the global total, and its exports were mainly CDMA handsets with brands of Samsung, LG and Nokia.
Export Volume of Key Mobile Phone Manufacturers, 1H2008
In order of export volume, Hong Kong, the U.S.A., India, Hungary, Singapore, Germany, Russia, Indonesia and Pakistan were on the top list of China's mobile phone export destinations.
Based on the authoritative statistics from the General Administration of Customs and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, this report makes an in-depth analysis of the current situation of mobile phone export market, mobile phone export companies and major export destinations.