Gartner set to cut 2012 mobile phone sales outlook
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Gartner set to cut 2012 mobile phone sales outlook

Gartner set to cut 2012 mobile phone sales outlook

Gartner has said it will likely cut its 2012 outlook on global sales of mobile phones as consumers around the world hold back from upgrading their mobile phones due to economic uncertainty, Reuters has reported. Mobile phone sales fell 2% in the second quarter from a year earlier, Gartner said. "For 2012, the overall market is looking weaker than what I had actually forecast at the start of the year," said Anshul Gupta, principal research analyst at Gartner, which previously expected 2012 mobile phone sales of around 1.9 billion units.

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