Foldable smartphones, not everyone's cup of tea after some models received a less than stellar welcome, are still expected to ship 18 million units by the end of 2022, the technology research firm Counterpoint Research says.
Apple has taken the lead in another aspect of the smartphone market, the percentage of devices with secure chipsets, with 39% of the company's devices sold in the first half of 2020 having embedded hardware security.
American firm Qualcomm Technologies, with 29%, remained top of the market for smartphone application processors - also known as system-on-chip - during the second quarter of the year, despite losing three percentage points year-on-year.
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