Croatia’s smartphone sales up 61%, mobile phone sales down 18% in H1 2013

Published on October 15, 2013 9:20 am

Smartphone sales in Croatia rose 61% in the first half of the year but mobile phone sales dropped 18%, the results of a GfK survey, quoted by, showed. Smartphone sales were also strong in Serbia (up 52%) and Slovenia (up 30%), while the mobile phone sales there also weakened – in Serbia by 14% and in Slovenia by 18%.

On the other hand, nearly 173,000 tablets were sold in the first six months of 2013 in Croatia – up 780%, while the growth in the segment in Serbia was 530% (to 35,160) and in Slovenia 160% to 33,600.

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