Surpassing Qualcomm and MediaTek, 5g chip sales champion comes from China, occupying 54.8% share

2020 is a key year for 5g commercial use. In order to lead the 5g track, the major mobile phone manufacturers will spare no effort. Affected by this, the competition in the chip field is also particularly fierce. In order to seize more market share, chip manufacturers have successively launched a number of new products, and the pattern of 5g chips in the Chinese market has also changed. < p > < p > recently, IDC released a tracking report on China’s smartphone market in the second quarter. The content shows that the sales champion of 5g chip comes from China. Huawei Hisilicon chips surpass Qualcomm and MediaTek, and its market share in China’s 5g mobile chip field reaches 54.8%, which means Huawei has become the largest supplier of 5g chips in China. < / P > < p > the second and third companies are Qualcomm and MediaTek, which account for 29.4% and 8.4% of the 5g mobile phone chip market in China. You should know that in the 5g chip market of China in 2019, Qualcomm still firmly occupies the first position, accounting for 41% of the market share, while Huawei Hisilicon only has 14%. However, according to the latest data released by IDC, Huawei Hisilicon has succeeded in the counter attack. And it’s not hard to understand why Hisilicon won the first place. Following the launch of Kirin 9905g chip in 2019, Huawei has successively launched new Kirin 820 and Kirin 985 chips in 2020, each with satisfactory performance. < / P > < p > not only that, each of Huawei’s Hisilicon 5g chip adopts an integrated solution. Compared with Qualcomm’s snapdragon chip, Qilin 5g chip has more advantages in power control. In addition to power consumption control, Huawei Hisilicon chip also has excellent communication quality, which is naturally welcomed by consumers. < p > < p > and Huawei’s Hisilicon chips are self-produced and sold on their own smartphones. In the second quarter of 2020, Huawei will ship 39.7 million smart phones in China, accounting for 45.2% of the market share, ranking first. Therefore, it is precisely thanks to the hot sales of Huawei mobile phones that the shipment of Hisilicon chips has soared. However, the future development of Huawei Hisilicon semiconductor is worrying. In May, the U.S. side revised the export rules that any foundry that uses U.S. equipment or technology is not allowed to produce chips for Huawei unless it is approved by the U.S. government. Therefore, Huawei has no suitable OEM for Hisilicon chips at present. In a speech at a summit a few days ago, Yu Chengdong also said that due to the second round of sanctions imposed by the United States, Kirin chips will stop production after September 15, and Kirin chips will be out of print. It is not difficult to see that Huawei is facing a very serious situation at present. The proportion of Huawei Kirin chips will inevitably decrease with the shortage in the future. < p > < p > it is reported that Huawei’s Kirin chip reserve can last up to the fourth quarter of 2020 at most. Purchasing chips from other mobile phone manufacturers may be the only way out for Huawei mobile phones. Continue ReadingASMC, a lithography maker, was one of TSMC’s 14 top suppliers last year