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Samsung ranked fourth in the mobile processor market

BingMag.com <b>Samsung</b> <b>ranked</b> <b>fourth</b> in the <b>mobile</b> <b>processor</b> market

Although Samsung was once Qualcomm's main competitor in the mobile processor world, it is not doing well now and is in fourth place in this regard.

According to Counterpoint Research, Samsung gained 7% of the mobile processor market share in the first three months of this year. The figures come as Korea's fell short of Qualcomm, Apple and MediaTek.

Samsung's performance in processor manufacturing has been very poor in recent years. Users criticized the company for not using Qualcomm chips in their phones. More interestingly, Qualcomm partnered with Samsung to build Snapdragon 8 1st Generation. Samsung's performance in making this chip was so poor that not only the users of the company's own phones but also many other users' users were annoyed.

These mistakes finally led Samsung to sell mobile processors in the first three months. 2022 to settle for fourth place and be lower than all processor companies. Qualcomm is the number one brand in this regard, with 44% of the market share in the first place. In second and third place, respectively, are Apple and MediaTek with 26 and 19% shares, respectively. The processor designer is with 3% and the other is Huawei, which has only 1%. Huawei is on the verge of collapse due to US sanctions, otherwise it was expected to be higher than Samsung.

BingMag.com <b>Samsung</b> <b>ranked</b> <b>fourth</b> in the <b>mobile</b> <b>processor</b> market

With all these interpretations, it is still claimed that Samsung was able to have a better position in mobile processor sales compared to the fourth quarter of 2021, the main reason being the Exynos 1280, the processor used. It is in phones like Galaxy A33 and A53. However, as Samsung has been forced to use Qualcomm chips in many of its Galaxy S22 series handsets this year, it has given Qualcomm a small share of the share it could have.

Samsung wants to use proprietary chips for its Galaxy S25 series phones in 2025. This may lead the Korean company to make significant progress in this table, because in this case, it will launch all its flagships with its own chips and will no longer transfer a large part of its share to Qualcomm. Apparently, Samsung's intention is quite serious as well, because a team of thousands of chip design engineers has come together to be able to accomplish this goal. 2022 will also have an improvement. It remains to be seen whether the Korean company will make an effort to improve its processor manufacturing process.


Source: SamMobile

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