- Tram Ho
According to a report from CINNO Reseaech, as of Q12020, Huawei’s chip manufacturer HiSilicon has captured 43.9% of the market share, up from 36.5% compared to the previous quarter and 24.3% over the same period. last year. Qualcomm, on the other hand, has a corresponding market share from 48.1% to 32.8%, Apple is growing quite slowly and evenly, from 8.4% in Q1 2019 to 8.5% in Q1 / 2020.
Although the smartphone business is “declining” due to a ban from the US government, however, Huawei’s expansion in mobile chip production is attributed to its success. From both the smartphone business itself and Honor, Huawei’s sub-brand with many smartphone product lines has been sold in the market recently, especially in the Chinese market, where more than 1 billion people are sold. use.
In addition, according to some reports, Huawei will soon launch computers running on HarmonyOS 2.0, and these laptops will also be equipped with Kunpeng chip manufactured by Huawei HiSilicon itself. As a result, this will partly help Huawei’s market share growth in the field of mobile chip production, expanding beyond just the smartphone segment.
As for the smartphone segment, according to Nham Chinh Phi, the founder and CEO of Huawei, Huawei still owns 1.3 million developers and partners globally, ranked 3rd in the world after Google. Android and Apple iOS.
Source : Genk