Wrist-worn wearables and earwears are the most popular wearable technologies today.
Big cities and small towns are two completely different markets for smartphones in China.
The wearables market will see a 20% annual growth, driven by smartwatches and wristbands.
Against the growth slowdown, Chinese companies have launched many smartphones in the first half of 2016.
Global vendors shipped 334.9 million smartphones in Q1 2016, with OPPO and Vivo replacing Xiaomi and Lenovo in the top five list.
Numerous players have entered the VR market, but AR will see a larger range of applications in the years to come.
Smartphone shipments only grew by 0.2%, the smallest year-on-year growth on record.
Xiaomi, Huawei and Apple lead the Chinese smartphone market in 2015.
The latest figures from IDC point to continued growth for Google’s Android operating system against a further decline in market share for Apple’s iOS.