Apple had 16 percent share and MediaTek 10 percent share in a market that was worth $18 billion last year, a rise of 41 percent over 2012.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and 600 chip families along with its 400 and 200 ranges gave it a strong position. Apple’s 64 bit A7 did well in the latter half of the year. Samsung ranked number five, followed by Spreadtrum.
Intel had a minute 0.2 percent revenue share.
However, in the tablet processor sphere, Intel did somewhat better. Qualcomm heads the pack in the non Apple market but Apple itself has the lead overall with 37 percent share. Samsung has 10 percent revenue share, and Qualcomm 11 percent. Strategy Analytics did not give figures for Intel.