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Jusy Hong

Research & Analysis Director, Smartphones

Country South Korea

Experience 16+ years

Jusy Hong

Jusy Hong is a key analyst and the director for mobile devices, networks, and media in the Asia Pacific region, covering mobile handset production, technology, and market-related strategies. Jusy also coordinates the wider consumer electronics research in Asia. 

In his previous roles at the company, Jusy led the research team on TV technology and ecosystems, which included the panel display market for TVs and large-sized LCDs. He has also worked on the global monitor and public information markets. 

Jusy’s work is currently concentrated in the areas of demand forecasting, competitive analysis, pricing, and new-trend analysis. He also serves as project manager for numerous consultancy missions centered on display technology for industry-leading manufacturers, government institutions, and investment companies. 

A frequent speaker at major industry events around the world such as SID, KDC, and IMID, Jusy is based in South Korea. He speaks fluent Korean, English, and Japanese, and he maintains a broad network of key contacts in both South Korea and Japan.

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  • Wireless brands

    Semiconductors

    Wireless brands and component suppliers bring 5G to the mass market

    With the wireless supply chain completely aligned behind the 5G standard, the market for 5G smartphones is primed to go mainstream, with shipments soaring by a factor of eight in 2020. 

  • Coronavirus impact on the global smartphone market

    Consumer Electronics

    Coronavirus impact on the global smartphone market

    There is growing concern over the economic damage caused by the spread of the new coronavirus, which began in China in January 2020. the Lunar New Year holiday lasted from the end of January to the beginning of February. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared a "public health emergency of international concern" on January 30.