Global tablet shipments up 18% in 2020

According to Strategy Analytics, in 2020 global tablet shipments grew by 18% to 188.3 million units, and this is the most significant growth in the last 7 years. Tablets have become in demand during the pandemic among users who are forced to study remotely, as well as a tool for receiving entertainment content, especially among consumers who do not have enough money to purchase a laptop. Apple led the year with 57.6 million tablet sales, up 30% year-on-year, followed by Samsung, who shipped 31.2 million tablets, up 43%. In third place was Amazon with 17.1 million sold devices, its share increased by 12%. The largest growth in 2020 was demonstrated by Lenovo with 14 million tablets sold and a growth of 66%. Even fifth-placed Huawei posted 14% year-on-year growth, despite fourth-quarter sales down 19% from a year earlier.

Global tablet shipments up 18% in 2020

According to Strategy Analytics, in 2020 global tablet shipments grew by 18% to 188.3 million units, and this is the most significant growth in the last 7 years. Tablets have become in demand during the pandemic among users who are forced to study remotely, as well as a tool for receiving entertainment content, especially among consumers who do not have enough money to purchase a laptop. Apple led the year with 57.6 million tablet sales, up 30% year-on-year, followed by Samsung, who shipped 31.2 million tablets, up 43%. In third place was Amazon with 17.1 million sold devices, its share increased by 12%. The largest growth in 2020 was demonstrated by Lenovo with 14 million tablets sold and a growth of 66%. Even fifth-placed Huawei posted 14% year-on-year growth, despite fourth-quarter sales down 19% from a year earlier.

Global tablet shipments up 18% in 2020

According to Strategy Analytics, in 2020 global tablet shipments increased by 18% to 188.3 million units, and this is the most significant growth in the last 7 years. Tablets have become in demand during the pandemic among users who are forced to study remotely, as well as a tool for receiving entertainment content, especially among consumers who do not have enough money to purchase a laptop. Apple led the year with 57.6 million tablet sales, up 30% year-on-year, followed by Samsung, who shipped 31.2 million tablets, up 43%. In third place was Amazon with 17.1 million sold devices, its share increased by 12%. The largest growth in 2020 was demonstrated by Lenovo with 14 million tablets sold and a growth of 66%. Even fifth-placed Huawei posted 14% year-on-year growth, despite fourth-quarter sales down 19% from a year earlier.

Global tablet shipments up 18% in 2020

In 2020, global tablet shipments grew by 18% to 188.3 million devices, the most significant growth in the past 7 years, according to Strategy Analytics. Tablets have become in demand during the pandemic among users who are forced to study remotely, as well as a tool for receiving entertainment content, especially among consumers who do not have enough money to purchase a laptop. Apple led the year with 57.6 million tablet sales, up 30% year-on-year, followed by Samsung, who shipped 31.2 million tablets, up 43%. In third place was Amazon with 17.1 million sold devices, its share increased by 12%. The largest growth in 2020 was demonstrated by Lenovo with 14 million tablets sold and a growth of 66%. Even fifth-placed Huawei posted 14% year-on-year growth, despite fourth-quarter sales down 19% from a year earlier.

According to Strategy Analytics for 2020 global tablet shipments grew by 18% to 188.3 million devices, the most significant growth in the last 7 years. Tablets have become in demand during the pandemic among users who are forced to study remotely, as well as a tool for receiving entertainment content, especially among consumers who do not have enough money to purchase a laptop. Apple led the year with 57.6 million tablet sales, up 30% year-on-year, followed by Samsung, who shipped 31.2 million tablets, up 43%. In third place was Amazon with 17.1 million sold devices, its share increased by 12%. The largest growth in 2020 was demonstrated by Lenovo with 14 million tablets sold and a growth of 66%. Even fifth-placed Huawei posted 14% year-on-year growth, despite fourth-quarter sales down 19% from a year earlier.