Malaysians spent RM6.8bil on smartphones in 2016

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  • Thursday, 06 Jul 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian consumers bought around RM6.8bil worth of smartphones last year, according to Germany's largest market research organisation, GfK.  

GfK's Point of Sales Tracking figure showed a significant sale increase from RM5.4bil in 2015, with the biggest spike contributed by mid-range model smartphones priced between RM900 and RM1,050, its South-East Asia managing director Stanley Kee said in a statement.  

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