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BMI View: Our core scenario is for consumer electronics device spending to
remain flat over the medium term in Hong Kong, with a CAGR of -0.1% forecast
over 2016-2020. The domestic market is saturated across all core product
categories, and we do not currently see any mass market upgrade triggers, though
are watching the wearables category closely for vendor innovation and pricing
strategies that could drive sales growth. There is, however, also downside for
spending in Hong Kong should economic trends in China either derail domestic
growth or result in a contraction in the number of mainland visitors shopping
for devices in Hong Kong.
Latest Updates And Industry Developments
-Computer Hardware Sales: USD1.2bn in 2016 to USD1.2bn in 2020. A stable
outlook, reflecting the maturity of the market, but downside risks remain should
increasingly powerful smartphones cannibalise PC replacement spending.
-AV Sales: USD944mn in 2016 to USD973mn in 2020. After three successive annual
contractions, smart and UHD TV set upgrades will return the segment to growth
but even by 2020 it will be below the value peak from 2012.
-Handset Sales: USD3.1bn in 2016 to USD3.0bn in 2020. Apple's move into phablets
boosted performance in 2015, but over the medium term the depleted pool of
potential smartphone upgrades means the outlook is much weaker.