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MediaTek continues to Launch Take on Qualcomm and Lead the Smartphone SoC Market in Counterpoint


MediaTek, According to the results of Rank 3, Samsung’s ranking fell from 4 to 5. South Korean giant Samsung Exxon holds a 5% stake. Samsung Counterpoint says it is launching its China Strategic Interior Design (ODM) smartphone portfolio. The move helped MediaTek to transform Qualcomm into Samsung’s smartphone portfolio with mid-range 4G and 5GODG models.

Data shows that Huawei HiSilicon continues to decline globally in the smartphone market, dropping from 13% to 2% in the third quarter. U.S. Due to restrictions the company will not be able to produce the new HiSilicon Kirin SOC because the Kirin Chip is currently out of stock, Counterpoint said.

MediaTek Qualcomm Specifications:

MediaTek Qualcomm Specifications

Overall, according to Counterpoint, the global SoC load increased 6% annually in the third quarter. The load on Sosi 5G smartphones has doubled compared to the same period last year.

Counterpoint spearheads Qualcomm’s portfolio of 5G smartphones, followed by MediaTek Second and Samsung mobile phones. Other players are down from 34% to 4% this quarter. However, according to third-party results, Samsung fell from 4th to 5th in the third quarter. Korean giant Samsung holds 5% of Exynos chips.

MediaTek and Qualcomm Details:

MediaTek and Qualcomm Details

According to Counterpoint, Samsung is redesigning its smartphone wallet strategy and outsourcing the original Chinese design (ODM). The move helped MediaTek and Qualcomm expand Samsung’s portfolio of smartphones from mid-range 4G and 5G models to ODM to more sophisticated programs.

Huawei HiSilicon Smartphone:

According to Counterpoint, the Huawei HiSilicon Smartphone continues to decline in the SoC market, dropping from 13% to 2% in the third quarter. According to Counterpoint, the U.S. Restrictions prevent the company from producing HiSilicon Kirin SOC news and Kirin Chip inventory is currently low. Overall, according to Counterpoint, global SoC shipments increased 6% annually in the third quarter.

The supply of 5G SoC smartphones has doubled compared to the same period last year. Counterpoint has said that Qualcomm will lead the 5G smartphone-based modem product, followed by MediaTek and Samsung. Other players in the game dropped from 34% to 4% during the quarter.

“ASP blend [application processors] will continue to grow in the first quarter of 2022 with the release of key products due to higher chip prices in the fourth quarter of 2021,” said Dale Guy, Director of Counterpoint Research.


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