It is believed that Samsung smartphones will gain some ground in the market, thanks to the US ban on Huawei. But the Korean giant is looking to gain more as in the mobile chip market as Chinese vendors seek to reduce reliance on US suppliers, including Qualcomm. But Qualcomm has begun construction on a new R&D facilities in Taiwan to better serve its customers in Asia Pacific.
Samsung vying for 5G chip orders from China handset vendors: Samsung Electronics has delivered multiple samples of its 5G chipset solutions to a number of China-based handset vendors including Oppo and Vivo for testing and verification, according to industry sources.
Qualcomm breaks ground for new complex in Taiwan: Qualcomm has broken ground for construction of a complex in Hsinchu, Taiwan that will house its first overseas center for operations, manufacturing engineering and testing (COMET), according to a company statement.