The Global smartphone 3D camera market is predicted to register a healthy growth of 38.32% CAGR over the forecast period of 2017 – 2026. The market is driven by factors like developments in time of flight segment of the market and an increasing demand for high-resolution images due to the advent of social media. A global increase in the usage of smartphones and a shift in consumer preference for high-end gadgets are further fueling the market demand.
The global smartphone 3D camera market is classified on the basis of its resolution and technology. The resolution can range from up to 8 MP, 8-16 MP and above 16 MP while the technology segment includes stereoscopy and time of flight. Due to its widespread use in recording and displaying of 3D images, the stereoscopy segment is currently dominating the market.
The regional markets of Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America and rest of the world are considered for the global smartphone 3D camera market. The North American smartphone 3D camera market contributed the biggest revenue share in the year 2016. All throughout the forecast period, this market is expected to sustain its top position on account of the high per capita disposable income of its population and growing investment for virtual and artificial reality in the U.S and Canada. However, the Asia-Pacific market is predicted to accelerate ahead in terms of CAGR growth during the forecast period.
Faro, Gopro, PMD Technologies GmbH, Sony Corporation, Sharp Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Pelican Imaging (Acquired By Tessera Technologies), Toshiba Corporation, Intel, Infineon Technologies Ag, Omnivision, Bevel (Matter And Form Inc.), Samsung Electronics Inc, Qualcomm Incorporated, LG Electronics, Leica Camera Ag, and Xperi are some of the prominent companies in the global smartphone 3D camera market.