However, the average selling price decreased by 9%, resulting in a slight increase of 0.3% in total revenue to US $14.5 billion. According to the report, the main reason for the big increase in shipping capacity is that Huawei, which is restricted by the ban, made a lot of stock in the quarter, which not only pushed up the MCP and UFS flash memory for smart phones, but also promoted the consumption oriented and low-capacity MLC EMMC. < / P > < p > in terms of manufacturers, Samsung still ranked first, with revenue of US $4.809 billion in the third quarter, a month on month increase of 5.9% and market share of 33.1%, an increase of 1.7 percentage points. < p > < p > Kaixia (formerly Toshiba storage) has the strongest momentum. Its revenue soared by 24.6% to US $3.101 billion in the same quarter, and its market share also gained 4.2 percentage points and soared to 21.4%, which opened a gap with the Western number behind. < / P > < p > among the top five giants, Samsung, Kaixia, SK Hynix, and Meguiar are all driven by Huawei’s centralized stock, among which Samsung’s flash memory shipping capacity surged nearly 20%, with the exception of Western data. < / P > < p > Intel’s revenue plummeted by 20.5%, and its share also dropped from 11.5% to 7.9%. However, Intel has sold its flash memory business to sk Hynix, which will surpass Western Digital and occupy the third place after the merger. < / P > < p > in the fourth quarter, despite the efforts of Chinese mobile phone brands to increase stock preparation and the promotion of 12, Huawei’s stock preparation will be greatly reduced. Meanwhile, the destocking strategy will continue in the server field, and the purchasing power will be weak. The flash memory industry is still unable to get rid of the situation of oversupply. In particular, Samsung and Changjiang storage will continue to increase production, which will aggravate the oversupply. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19