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Jusy Hong

Jusy Hong

Jusy Hong is responsible for mobile devices, networks and media in the Asia Pacific region, covering mobile handset shipment, production, technology & media trends as well as companies' strategies. Jusy also coordinates wider consumer electronics research in Asia. In his previous roles at IHS, Jusy was a leading analyst of TV research in IHS for 7 years, when he was responsible global demand, technology and eco-system analysis of television and PDP panel research as well as large area LCD panel.

Jusy joined IHS in 2004 as an analyst started working on the global monitor market, PDP and public information market. Jusy’s work is concentrated in the areas of demand forecasting, competitive analysis, pricing and new technology trend analysis. He also serves as project manager for numerous consultancy projects around displays technology, market and consumer trend, feasibility study and cost analysis for industry leading manufacturers, government institutions and investment companies. 

He frequently speaks at major industry events around the world such as including SID, KDC, IMID. Based in South Korea, Jusy speaks fluent Korean, English and Japanese and has a broad network of key contacts in Korea and Japan.


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Wide-screen smartphone display trend accelerates in Q2 2018
Wide-screen smartphone display trend accelerates in Q2 2018

Smartphones with wide-aspect-ratio displays greater than 16:9 accounted for 45 percent of global smartphone shipments in the second quarter of 2018. For smartphone shipments from the 19 leading smartphone brands, the share of smartphones with wide displays exceeded 50 percent.

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