45 million PCs and Tablets Globally to Incorporate 5G Connectivity by 2023, says Strategy Analytics

45 million PCs and Tablets Globally to Incorporate 5G Connectivity by 2023, says Strategy Analytics Image Credit: Strategy Analytics

A new research from Strategy Analytics shows that 45 million PCs and tablets globally will incorporate 5G connectivity by 2023.

According to the report, the 5G era will provide mobile operators a fresh chance to communicate the advantages and new use cases of high-speed cellular connectivity with consumers, a much needed conversation to bring more devices onto these more efficient networks and to make good on the massive 5G investment. Mobile operators will also have a chance to reevaluate their pricing and data plans with consumers to make a better case for 5G service on a multitude of devices beyond the smartphone.

The report’s forecasts also indicate that:

 - The majority of 5G computing devices will be Tablets and Detachable 2-in-1s

 - Asia-Pacific will account for more than 40% of 5G devices in use, North America 29% and Western Europe 21% (2023 projections)

 - Global annual sales of 5G computing devices will grow at a CAGR of 216% between 2019 and 2023

Eric Smith, Directir, Connected Computing Devices, Strategy Analytics
Intel, Qualcomm, Arm, Microsoft, and a handful of PC OEMs are developing new designs in light of a younger generation that will expect (and pay for) a more smartphone-like experience on their notebooks.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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