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Budget Android smartphones began to switch to Chinese processors from American and Taiwanese UNISOC shows growth

Counterpoint Research researchers have published a new report on the smartphone market. It became clear from it which processors dominate in smartphones of various categories, including budget ones.

It turned out that most of Taiwan’s MediaTek’s market share growth in 2021 came from the low-end segment (less than $299). Qualcomm, on the other hand, dominated the mid-to-premium flagship market with around 50% market share in all price brackets above $300 except for the $700 to $799 price bracket, in which Samsung led with a 46% market share.

Budget Android smartphones began to switch to Chinese processors from American and Taiwanese

In addition, China’s UNISOC processors showed impressive growth in 2021 among sub-$200 smartphones.

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