January 10(UPI)-- IHS Parkit recently released a report targeting smartphone makers on the market using chipsets. According to the survey, handset makers with self-developed chip capabilities have increased their use of their chips to reduce their dependence on third-party suppliers.
Samsung has long been the world's leading smartphone industry, with smartphone shipments ranking first for years. From the disclosure, Samsung shipped its mid-to-low-end smartphones in the third quarter of 2019,80 percent using the Samsung Orion Exyons processor, well above% in 2018. Samsung's adoption of self-developed chips reached% in the third quarter of 2019, including high-end handsets.
Also with the ability to research their own chips was Huawei, which used% of its own chips in the third quarter of 2019, compared with% in the third quarter of 2018. Among the smartphones previously shipped by Huawei, qualcomm's chips accounted for a significant proportion of the company's chips, in addition to its kylin chip. And the current share of Qualcomm chips has fallen from 24 percent in the third quarter of 2018 to% in 2019.
Qualcomm's share of chips is down, and it's up. In the third quarter,Huawei's smartphones accounted for% of all connected chips, up from% in 2018.
Since Kirin's mobile phone-end chips are not for sale, Qualcomm's competition with Unicom in the 5G era will become even more intense as it receives back-to-back orders from Xiaomi, OPPO and vivo. Qualcomm still leads the global chip market in the third quarter of 2019 with a 31 percent share, followed by a 21 percent share by the samsung orion and the Huawei kylin,16 percent and 14 percent, respectively, according to the data.