Qualcomm has been pushing to win over customers with the kind of chip called a radio-frequency front end that is more complex in phones that use 5G. Photo: Reuters
Qualcomm has been pushing to win over customers with the kind of chip called a radio-frequency front end that is more complex in phones that use 5G. Photo: Reuters
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Qualcomm shares down after it says coronavirus outbreak in China threatens mobile phone supply, sales

  • Qualcomm said it expects “significant uncertainty around the impact from the coronavirus on handset demand and supply chain”
  • The comments by the US chip maker dragged down chip stock shares despite signs that an industry downturn was ending

Qualcomm has been pushing to win over customers with the kind of chip called a radio-frequency front end that is more complex in phones that use 5G. Photo: Reuters
Qualcomm has been pushing to win over customers with the kind of chip called a radio-frequency front end that is more complex in phones that use 5G. Photo: Reuters
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