MediaTek was the dominant smartphone chip maker for the second quarter of 2021, overtaking Qualcomm with a 43% share of the market.
That figure marks the Taiwanese semiconductor company’s highest ever share, and has forced the typically dominant Qualcomm into a distant second with a mere 24% market share.
As industry analysis firm Counterpoint points out, however, there’s more to the story than a straight-forward shift in market dominance.
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