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Report: ABOV semiconductor to provide SAR sensor for Galaxy S21 and Buds Pro

According to a recent report, that ABOV Semiconductor has confirmed that this year Samsung Electronics has distributed the Electro-Magnetic Absorption Prevention (SAR) Sensor for smartphones and wireless earphones.

According to the company, ABOV Semiconductor will supply SAR sensors to Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy Buds Pro. Samsung Electronics plans to unveil the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Buds Pro at the online Galaxy Unpack event on the 14th.

The SAR sensor detects whether the human body is close and reduces certain electromagnetic waves when close. High sensitivity electrostatic touch technology is important. Recently, SAR sensors have become mandatory in smartphones and wearable devices.

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ABOVE has supplied SAR sensors to Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy series since 2018. SAR sales surged from last year, driving overall sales growth. According to the ABOVE quarterly report, the proportion of SAR sensors in total sales increased from 17 percent in 2018 to 30 percent in the third quarter of 2020.

Until the fourth quarter, the proportion of sensors is expected to be 35% of last year’s total. Sales. Cumulative sensor sales in the third quarter reached 30.9 billion, up 71 percent (18.1 billion) compared to the previous year.

In the third quarter of 2019, Huawei acquired Samsung Electronics Producer Development and Production (ODM) partner Wingtech as a customer, which is the reason for the increase in Abo Sensor sales. By adding SAR sensors to Galaxy Buds Plus and Galaxy Buds Live.

As the market for smartphones, tablets, and wearable earphones grows, makes the demand for SAR sensors. According to the ABOVE IR report mentioned, the global SAR sensor exports are expected to reach 216 million units this year, an increase of 13 percent (191 million units) from 2020.

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