08 Dec 2021 -
 General

Qualcomm CEO: chip shortage to ease next year

More positive predictions on an easing of the semiconductor market came from Qualcomm CEO, Cristiano Amon, last week.

Supply has improved this year over 2020 and the situation is expected to improve even more in 2022, especially compared to 2020, Amon told reports from South Korea.

Multiple smartphone makers couldn’t procure enough processors from Qualcomm which affected their smartphone production.

Samsung was no exception, which its mobile chief TM Roh and procurement executives visiting the US mid-year to meet with chip companies to secure more supply.

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