China’s latest cell phone SoC ranking: MediaTek again surpassed Qualcomm ranked first, Kirin fourth

The November China smartphone SoC research report released by CINNO Research shows that MediaTek has once again overtaken Qualcomm to rank first.

With Huawei's Heisei Kirin suffering from sanctions, China's mobile SoC market has evolved into a battle between MediaTek and Qualcomm, while Apple's A-series chips are firmly in third place with the strong momentum of the iPhone 13.

According to CINNO Research's monthly data, MediaTek once again surpassed Qualcomm in mobile SoCs in November, topping the list with 8.6 million smartphone chips sold in November, followed by Qualcomm with 8.4 million chips sold in the month, further narrowing the sales gap between the two vendors.

It is understood that the Redmi Note 11 series is equipped with the Tiangui 920 and Tiangui 820 chips, mainly in the mid-range market, which also led to an increase in sales of MediaTek's Tiangui series chips.

At present, the manufacturers who choose MediaTek's Tiangui chips include OPPO, Vivo, Realme, Huawei, ZTE, etc. The products are mainly positioned in the entry and mid-range, and they are also the main force of sales in November.

In addition, Apple's A series chip sales are still increasing, ranking third, although the high rate of increase in the past month or two has slowed down.

Huawei Heisi and Ziguang Zhanrui were ranked fourth and fifth in sales for the month with 1.1 million and 800,000 units respectively.

CINNO Research analysts said: HASI inventory is not yet predictable when the bottom, it still take a series of inventory control methods.

CINNO Research forecasts that MediaTek will be the largest processor vendor in China's smartphone SoC market in 2021, with its market share expected to increase to 36 percent and Qualcomm's to 35 percent.

Qualcomm is expected to be the largest processor vendor in the Chinese 5G smartphone market, with its market share expected to increase to 37% and MediaTek's market share expected to increase to 34%.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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