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Posted by on Oct 10, 2012 in Hardware News |

Qualcomm, Samsung and MediaTek, at the top of the mobile processor market

Qualcomm, Samsung and MediaTek, at the top of the mobile processor market

could be the first, but many of their models end tablets and phones using of competence.

Neither Samsung nor Texas Instruments, he was thinking of leaving the mobile market . The real winner in the race to create chips for devices is Qualcomm, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.

The report indicates that nearly half of the money spent on producing chips for mobile -48% – ends in the pockets of Qualcomm. But the situation more “curious” is that of Samsung which despite being developers launch their own chips and no fewer Android equipment of all types, sizes and prices, not infrequently end up using created by other companies.

Samsung, MediaTek, and Texas Instruments (in that order) are the following brands in the top 5 of those who make more money making mobile processors. The report also confirms the final entry of Intel mobile segment with its Medfield chip, although its share of the cake is, first of all, testimonial, with 0.2% of total units shipped.

Link: Strategy Analytics: Smartphone Apps Processor Growth Lifts Broadcom, MediaTek and ST-Ericsson in 1H 2012 (Market Watch)

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