With the sale of the Pixel 6 series, Google now owns part of the high-end Android chip market
It seems to be Google’s first attempt at making a high-end chip for Android smartphones in the Pixel 6 used, successful. According to a new report, the Phone Sale Pixel 6 has improved the position of the Tensor chip to gain a place in the Android processor market.
According to 9to5Google, Counterpoint has just released data on the state of the Android chip market. Among the high-end processors, Qualcomm’s chips have taken the first place, and Samsung also has a significant share of this market. Surprisingly, Huawei has released a significant number of new chips despite the US sanctions over the past years.
MediaTek also dominates the low-cost chip market, while the share of affordable chips from Qualcomm and Samsung has declined dramatically.
However, what is interesting about the Counterpoint report It looks like Google has carved out a niche for itself in the high-end Android chip segment. It seems that the popularity of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro has made Google share In the market of 500 to 1000 dollars products, it will reach 1 to 2 percent.
- The mass production of Pixel Notepad folding phone will probably start from the third quarter of this year
- Google’s I/O event will be held on 21st and 22nd of Eribehesht 1401 at the Shoreline Amphitheater
This report is related to year 2 021, and this means that Google’s share in the high-end chip market is only calculated based on the data of a few months. In addition, the said report takes into account all the Android phones sold on a global scale; While Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are sold in a limited way and only in a few countries; For this reason, the appearance of Google’s name among companies that produce high-end chips becomes more attractive.
It will probably take years for Google to make a real impact on the Android processor market with the Tensor chip; But it is clear that the foundations of this work have been laid by the internet search giant. It remains to be seen how this company will fare in the high-end chip market in the next few years.