Exynos’ piece of the pie sneaked through Q3 2020 even as Samsung provided chips to Vivo

Samsung isn’t especially known for its Exynos processors, however it was still among the main three brands a year ago because of the sheer number of Galaxy gadgets it dispatched with its in-house chipsets. In any case, the organization’s piece of the pie appears to have slipped somewhat in the second from last quarter of this current year.

As per the most recent numbers from Counterpoint Research, Samsung’s piece of the pie dropped from 16% in Q3 2019 to 12% in Q3 2020. The organization is as yet positioned in the third position, yet it is currently joined by Apple and Huawei’s HiSilicon. Shockingly, MediaTek surpassed Qualcomm in the second from last quarter to take the worldwide smartphone chipset seat. MediaTek had a 31% portion of the market, while Qualcomm had a 29% portion of the market. MediaTek seems to have done truly well in business sectors like India and Latin America, particularly in the $100-$250 value fragment.

Regardless of transportation its new Exynos 980 and Exynos 880 chipsets to Vivo, Samsung’s piece of the pie slipped. This could be because of Samsung’s own smartphone division utilizing more Qualcomm and MediaTek chipsets this year. Indeed, even one year from now, the organization is required to dispatch mid-range phones like the Galaxy A52 and the Galaxy A72 with Snapdragon processors.

Ideally, Samsung’s semiconductor division will have the option to win back the smartphone division’s trust with impending chips like the Exynos 1080. The organization is likewise planned to divulge the Exynos 2100 processor on January 12, and it is reputed to be a serious entertainer, and that is acceptable considering the Exynos 990 screw up. With 5G-able chipsets like the Exynos 980, Exynos 1080, and Exynos 2100, the lone thing that Samsung is by all accounts passing up is a decent section level chipset.

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