Samsung Electronics Co. dominated the global market for smartphone memory chips last year, a report showed Friday, despite the industry's overall decline in revenue.
In terms of revenue, Samsung maintained its top position in the smartphone memory market with a 47 percent share last year, according to a report from industry tracker Strategy Analytics.
Samsung was followed by its smaller South Korean rival SK hynix Inc. and U.S. chipmaker Micron Technology Inc.
By sector, Samsung had a revenue share of 50.9 percent in the smartphone DRAM market last year, followed by SK hynix with 29.2 percent and Micron with 18.5 percent, according to the report.
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