Samsung missed a large order to make four-nm Tesla battery chips, losing to TSMC



    After the latest research, Tesla and the Taiwanese chip maker set a price for 4nm chips. It confirms the rumors, that the company has agreed to buy two of the four-month-old smartphones between Samsung and TSMC for the latter company, that the company renamed Tesla. In the future, these chips will be used in Tesla’s autonomous driving systems.

    Source of this image: Samsung.

    According to DigiTimes Asia, the deal between TSMC and Tesla has already been concluded, and the American electric car maker has become the seventh biggest customer of TSMC. According to reports, Taiwanese manufacturers plant in Arizona will manufacture four semiconductors in 2024. That company has completed construction last year, and hired nearly 250 Americans to work.

    Chips from the plant in Arizona will not only be bought by Tesla, but also by Apple. According to its chief economist, Tim Cook, the company intends to buy 3-nm-conductor, which will also be made in 2024. He said that the new US plant would generate $10 billion in revenue annually once the production begins.

    Industry experts believe that such a decision won’t be a big problem for Samsung. Probably this will affect the company’s revenues in the next couple of years. This year, with no exception to TSMC, the gap in market value from the third quarter of 2022 was markedly bleak.

    According to some reports, Samsung chose the camera supplier for a Vision autonomous driving system. According to Sammobile website, there are rumors that Tesla will use Samsung cameras for Cybertruck pickups that haven’t yet gone on sale, and other electric vehicles, though the information hasn’t received official confirmation.

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