There will be 35.08 million tablets shipped globally during the second quarter of 2017, decreasing 5.7% on quarter and 13.7% on year, according to Digitimes Research.
iPad models will account for 25.4% of the shipments, tablets launched or to be launched by other international vendors for 47.3% and white-box units for 27.3%, Digitimes Research indicated.
Apple will be the largest vendor accounting for 25.4% of the shipments, followed by Samsung Electronics with 15.1%, Amazon with 7.4%, Huawei Technologies with 6.6%, Lenovo with 6.6%, Asustek Computer with 3.3%, TCL with 1.7%, Microsoft with 1.5% and Acer with 1.3%.
Taiwan-based ODMs and OEMs will together ship 11.5 million tablets in the quarter, slipping 3.4% on quarter and 16.1% on year. Foxconn Electronics will account for 73.1% of the shipments, Compal Electronics for 11.4%, Pegatron for 8.1%, Quanta Computer for 4.7% and Inventec for 1.8%.
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