CINNO released the ranking of smartphone SoCs in mainland China in May

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The latest report from CINNO Research shows that in May, the shipments of smartphone SoC terminals in mainland China were about 19.12 million, an increase of about 8.6% month-on-month and a year-on-year decrease of about 19.7%. Among them, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Apple, Ziguang Zhanrui, and HiSilicon ranked in the top five.

The report pointed out that, in terms of brand, MediaTek SoC shipments were about 8.4 million units, an increase of about 15.1% month-on-month, the largest month-on-month increase, a year-on-year decrease of about 3.3%, and the smallest year-on-year decrease; Qualcomm SoC shipments were 6.5 million units, a month-on-month increase. rose 4.1%.

In addition, Apple's SoC terminal shipments remained at around 3 million, and the iPhone 13 series still occupied the top three terminal sales; from the month-on-month value of May, only HiSilicon declined.

According to the price range, the proportion of high-end mobile phone SoCs of 4,000-5,999 yuan in the total shipments of smartphone SoC terminals in mainland China in May increased to 13.2% , an increase of about 5.6% year-on-year, the most obvious increase; ultra-high-end mobile phones above 6,000 yuan The proportion of using SoC dropped to 8.5% , a year-on-year decrease of about 6.4%, and the decline was obvious.

Statistics show that in the high-end smartphone SoC market of more than 4,000 yuan in mainland China, Apple accounted for about 71.1%, an increase of about 8% year on year. After Huawei HiSilicon gradually withdrew from the smartphone market, Apple's market advantage in high-end smartphone SoCs was further strengthened.

CINNO Research said that in May, the sales volume of Honor terminals in the smartphone market in mainland China was about 3.2 million units, ranking first in monthly sales. Shipment increased to approximately 500,000 units, an increase of approximately 9.4% month-on-month. So far, UNISOC's smartphone SoC terminal shipments surpassed Huawei Hisilicon in May, ranking fourth.

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