SK Hynix warns of slowing smartphone memory-chip and NAND flash sales

Nicholas Fearn
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Hynix warning over smartphone sales slowdown indicates end of memory-chip price spike

SK Hynix has become the latest major chip firm to warn of a slowdown in demand for smartphone semiconductors. The warning, which comes a week after Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TS...

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