Almost all outside the industry are convinced that Apple will launch its first 5G-enabled iPhone, named iPhone 11s or iPhone 12, at next fall’s launch. The 5G-enabled iPhone 12 is set to be a “genuine” model, according to a new report from analytics firm Strategy Analytics.
For Samsung, Huawei and Apple, the current global TOP3 manufacturer, Samsung’s 5G handset shipments will be the first in the first quarter of next year, with a share of about 40%, while Huawei will be close to 30%, ranking second.
Over time, however, the addition of more and more manufacturers means that Samsung and Huawei’s share will gradually decline, especially in the third quarter, when Apple release its new iphone, Samsung’s share, meanwhile, will fall to about 10 per cent, while Huawei’s will be around 20 per cent.
Since the iPhone will be switched back to the Qualcomm baseband, especially 5G, starting next year, the signal problems of both generations will also improve.