In ookla’s well-known speed measurement tool Speedtest’s third-quarter 2019 global network report, the active users of the baseband, in a description, may be interested in understanding. The purple in the figure represents Qualcomm, the green represents Intel, the orange represents Huawei Heath, and the blue represents Samsung.
As you can see, Qualcomm’s global share remains dominant, with China, the United States, Australia, India, Brazil, Japan and other major powers accounting for the majority of Qualcomm’s mobile phone products.
Intel’s strength is not to be underestimated, Canada, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Norway, Sweden, South Africa and other places, it is the market leader. This phenomenon may be related to the popularity of products such as the dual 4G version of the iPhone X/XS/11 in these regions.
As for Samsung, the Korean market, which is home to a home base, is naturally an absolute advantage.
Finally, Huawei Heath, which has a dominant user base in Costa Rica and Namibia, still has considerable room for improvement. Curiously, the report did not address MediaTek.