The production of a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra mmWave 128GB smartphone costs Samsung Electronics up to US$533 (A$691.1), about 7% less than the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims.
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.
The realme X50 Pro 5G, the company's flagship model launched last Monday in a number of countries — though not in Australia — is likely to shape the competitive 5G landscape this year, the tech analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims.
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