Samsung Exynos slipped to 5th spot in global smartphone chip market

Ahead of Apple chips in 2020, Samsung Exynos chips were in third place till now, meanwhile, the company’s smartphone arm is refining its product range and Exynos chips have dropped to only 4% market share.


As per the Counterpoint report, Samsung Exynos smartphones chips account for only 4% of the global smartphone market share and less than 2% in the United States.

Samsung Exynos grabbed fifth place as Samsung is reviewing its smartphone portfolio policy on outsourcing to Chinese ODM. Meanwhile, Qualcomm’s stake in Samsung’s smartphone portfolio has grown, ranging from 4G and 5G models manufactured by ODM to the flagship.

Whereas, MediaTek led the SoC smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2021 with a 33% share. Shipments decreased due to inventory adjustment as many customers built up inventory due to supply chain constraints.

Unisonic rose to 11%, more than doubling its market share in one year. This should actually come as no surprise, as its chips drive to Honor, Realme, Motorola, and even Samsung smartphones.

Via – SammyFans

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