South Koreans, despite the pandemic, continue to confidently dominate the production of memory for smartphones. Only one Samsung provides the industry at 47 percent.
The analytical agency Strategy Analytics published a report according to which last year the memory like NAND Flash was not in great demand among smartphone manufacturing companies, however, against the backdrop of a fall in competitors' revenues, South Koreans showed revenue at 42.1 percent.
The demand for DRAM memory also fell significantly, but this did not stop Samsung from demonstrating revenue growth again, this time by almost 51 percent.
Currently, the company focuses on the production of LPDDR5 and UFS 3.0 and hopes, despite the crisis, to end the year again with his head held high.