Samsung has shown how experienced it is in business compared to Apple.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus was launched at the same time with the most beautiful smartphone display. This maybe a huge competitive advantage for other companies, but Samsung is absolutely willing to sell the display technology to its own rivals.
According to a report from the supply chain in South Korea, Samsung will sell Note 10’s display technology to Apple – its biggest competitor. Therefore, iPhone 11 will be equipped with the Note 10’s display OLED screenquality.
Furthermore, Samsung was also awarded “The Most Generous Manufacturer” by Ice Universe at its readiness to sell UFS 3.0 memory technology and 90Hz screen to OnePlus. UFS 3.0 memory technology used to be regarded the most valuable and attractive feature for customers to choose Note 10.
Apple and the OnePlus are not the special, as Samsung also sells its two-sided curved screen design for Huawei and Vivo, and also the latest generation 64MP and 108MP camera sensors for Xiaomi, while Samsung flagship Galaxy S10 and Note 10 still use the old camera sensor of Galaxy S7.
Samsung has invested a lot of money, time and effort into developing new technologies for smartphones. But the Korean smartphone company does not keep these technologies for itself as a competitive advantage. On the contrary, it is willing to sell the huge advantage to rivals. Such a generous gesture, isn’t it?
Samsung – The generous but smart empire
We often refer to Samsung as the world’s No.1 smartphone producer. But the fact is that, smartphone is not a large proportion in the total revenue and profit of this Korean company. Instead, memory chips are what account for 72% total profits according to a report at the end of 2018.
Samsung cannot be as successful as today if it just depends on the production and selling of smartphones. The Korean giant has a very smart strategy to make major profits from selling components to rivals. Therefore, Samsung still benefits whether the competitor is successful or not.
Analysts predicted that Samsung will make a huge profit with the iPhone 11, similar to the success of iPhone X. But it is not as simple as selling its top technologies: Samsung is cunning while retaining most essential ones for itself.
Previously, Samsung supplied OLED screens for Apple’s iPhone X. However, the iPhone X’s quality display screen is still considered to be inferior to the Note 8 which is released at the same time. The reason is not revealed, but rumors suggested that Samsung has set too high a price for the best quality OLED display, and Apple was only be able to order the lower quality.
Galaxy Note 10 is Samsung’s first smartphone equipped with UFS 3.0 memory, and so is the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, the first benchmark test revealed that UFS 3.0 on Galaxy Note10 was faster when compared to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold while the previous Galaxy Fold benchmark test has the same results when compared with the OnePlus 7 Pro (about UFS 3.0 memory processing speed).
Sammobile updated the information to confirm that Samsung are using completely new system files to manage memory in order to achieve better performance. Of course, this technology is not shared with OnePlus. Therefore, the Note 10 still has a huge competitive advantage over its competitors.
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