RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - 5G is at the heart of major competition between electronics manufacturers and, at least when it comes to mobile phones, Samsung has led the competition.
A survey by IHS Markit shows that the company held a 74 percent market share in the third quarter of 2019.
Between July and September, Samsung sold 3.2 million 5G smartphones. Out of this total, 1.6 million units were Galaxy Note 10+ which has a version supporting fifth-generation networks. To get an idea, the company had sold 1.5 million 5G handsets throughout the second quarter.
The growth . . .