TSMC is clearly the leader in the semiconductor foundry service sector, and Samsung is striving to catch up. The Korean giant reportedly has lowered foundry quotes in order to win clients from the Taiwan-based competitor, who sees tight capacity at its advanced nodes because of strong demand. Meanwhile, the world remains curious about what Apple's 5G iPhone series - expected to debut in the third-quarter of 2020 - will be like. Some obsevers say some of the 5G iPhone models will adopt sensor-shift stabilization technology.
Samsung offers discounts to compete against TSMC, sources say: Samsung Electronics has offered discounts fo its foundry services aiming to win customers from TSMC, according to industry sources.
5G iPhones reportedly to feature sensor-shift stabilization technology, say sources: Some models of Apple's 5G iPhone lineup to be released in 2020 reportedly will come with sensor-shift stabilization technology, according to industry observers.