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After Sony, Samsung was the world’s second largest smartphone image sensor vendor in H1 2021

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On September 27, famous market research firm Strategy Analytics released its latest research report, which shows the global smartphone image sensor market had total revenue of 7 billion U.S. dollars in the first half of this year.

Aside from this, the Strategy Analytics report also revealed that the global smartphone image sensor market achieved more than 10% revenue growth in the first half of 2021. Though Sony holds first place in the image sensor market with a revenue share of 42%, followed by Samsung with a share of 25%.

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Here’s what researcher said:

According to Jeffrey Mathews, Jeffrey Mathews, Senior Analyst at Strategy Analytics, “The image sensor vendors witnessed an accelerated momentum from smartphone OEMs, who actively adopted high-resolution CIS and low-pixel CIS products for multicamera applications, to secure inventory and cater to pent-up demand. Sony, Samsung and OmniVision supplied key high-resolution CIS products to leading smartphone OEMs in H1 2021.”

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Samsung SDI partners with Stelantis to build battery production plant in US for electric vehicles

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Samsung SDI has signed an agreement with Stellantis to run a joint venture to build a car battery factory in the United States. The evolution of the Samsung SDI draws a resemblance to the LG Energy Solution, which announced the day before that it would build a partnership with the same global team and build a 40-gigawatt EV battery plant in the US.

While the details remain unclear, such as the value of the partnership agreement, Stellantis may be the first car maker Samsung SDI to build a partnership with. Also, the world’s No. 4 automaker is expected to provide a channel for Samsung SDI to seek expansion in the US, as the South Korean battery manufacturer still doesn’t have a battery production base in the country.

The integrated battery factory will allow Samsung SDI to exceed the tariff in accordance with the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which came into effect last year. Under the USMCA, vehicles must contain 75 percent of North American components including batteries, or they will face regional charges from 2025.

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As battery plants typically take two to three years to complete, this year was the last opportunity for Samsung SDI to meet the 2025 threshold. The new battery plant will increase the number of Samsung SDI’s global production bases to four. The three it has now are in Ulsan, China’s Xian, and Hungary’s God.

Samsung SDI currently supplies its batteries to Stellantis brands such as Jeep and Fiat. The Jeep Wrangler 4xe, a model that became famous after President Joe Biden test drove it, is powered by Samsung SDI batteries.

Stellantis, launched after the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and French auto giant PSA earlier this year, aims to pour 30 billion euros ($34.9 billion) into electrification by 2025. Meanwhile, Samsung SDI last month unveiled a plan to mass-produce next-generation solid-state batteries that would exhibit a range of 900 kilometers.

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Samsung failed to beat Xiaomi in Indian smartphone market in Q3 2021: Canalys

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According to the latest report by market research firm Canalys, the exports of smartphones to India dropped by 5% per annum in Q3 2021 to 47.5 million units as retailers struggled to supply low-cost modeling models. But in Q3 2020 made for difficult comparisons year after year, due to the need for a pent-up last year.

Speaking about particular companies, Samsung ranks second with 9.1 million units, accounting for 19% of the market. While, Xiaomi retained its lead, shipping 11.2 million units with a 24% share.

However, the shipments to Q3 2021 were 47% higher than Q2 2021, as consumer demand declined sharply due to pressure from India’s COVID-19 wave. Adding to this, Vivo came third with 8.1 million shipments. Realme remained in fourth place with 7.5 million units, while OPPO finished fifth with 6.2 million.

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On the other hand, Samsung maintained the top spot in global smartphone market data for the third quarter of 2021 with a market share of 23%. And, Apple ranked second, with a market share of 15%, an increase of 1% compared to the same period last year. Notably, the US tech giant surpassed Xiaomi to become the second-largest phone maker.

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Samsung’s Smart Monitor lineups get huge sales success, surpassed 600,000 units globally

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Samsung had launched its first Smart Monitor in December last year, has surpassed 600,000 sales in the global market, and is set as a new product that can add value to everyday life.

Samsung Smart Monitor is a new smart harness-based monitoring system based on Tizen OS, allowing you to enjoy a variety of OTT (Over The Top) apps such as Netflix, Samsung TV Plus, and YouTube as well as working and learning without a PC connection.

Samsung Smart Monitor, which has been buying more than one unit every minute since its launch, is creating a new market for ‘smartness’ that can do anything with a single screen.

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On YouTube and other online platforms, Samsung smart monitors receive word of mouth such as ‘you have to buy something that is important for a low-income person who wants to enjoy ‘complete little satisfaction’.

In addition, these days, as home office school styles proliferate, it is an ideal way to monitor multiple activities that enhance communication between the display and IT devices, and support not only remote access but also voice recognition.

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The Samsung Smart Monitors are sold in a total of 6 models, including UHD resolution M7 (43.32 inch, black) and FHD resolution M5 (32.27 inches, black and white).

  • Samsung Wireless DeX’ allows you to use your smartphone as a PC.
  • Mirroring allows you to see the screen of your smartphone as a monitor and ‘Tap View ( Tap View) function.
  • The first monitor product to support ‘Apple AirPlay 2 (AirPlay 2)’ is equipped with various convenient functions.

Samsung Smart Monitor is an innovative product that has completely positioned itself as a new category in the ‘home life’ era,” said Hye-Seung Ha, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics

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