Samsung can master 3-nanometer process technology faster than TSMC

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According to the well-known Taiwanese publication DigiTimes, Samsung can overtake TSMC in the “nanometer” race: after mastering the norms of the 5-nanometer process technology, Samsung will immediately switch to the 3-nanometer race, bypassing the 4-nm step. This will give her an advantage in the long run, but in the near future may result in an outflow of customers.

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Samsung will miss IFA 2020

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From September 4 to 9, Berlin will host the Internationale Funkausstellung or IFA – the largest consumer electronics exhibition in Europe. Samsung has been a regular contributor to IFA since 1991, and even used the exhibition to launch new Galaxy Note models several years ago. Although now the South Korean electronic giant has ceased to coincide with such large announcements to the IFA, it continues to participate in the exhibition.

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unexpectedly surpassed Samsung and became the market leader in smartphones. True, only in April

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Huawei is increasingly feeling the pressure of US sanctions. We have already seen a significant decrease in sales in a number of markets due to the lack of Google services on modern Huawei and Honor smartphones. In addition, it is not yet clear how the company will get out of the gap situation with the TSMC.

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Huawei’s salvation may be its “worst enemy” – Samsung. Korean giant could start producing products for its competitor

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As you know, Huawei will soon lose the ability to place orders at the TSMC facilities for the production of its single-chip systems. And not only for smartphones, but also for 5G base stations, which is even worse for Huawei, since the company can replace SoC Kirin in smartphones, but it is much more difficult to do this in base stations.

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