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Sep 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) — NFC Systems Market Size, Status, Business Future Scenarios and Brief Analysis 2020-2025
The “Global NFC Systems Market Report 2025” offers a clear understanding of the subject matter. The report has been gathered using principal and subordinate research methodologies. Both these methods are directed towards cooperating accurate and meticulous data concerning the market dynamics, historical events, and the current market landscape. Additionally, the NFC Systems Market report includes a SWOT analysis that concludes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats impacting the segment of the overall market.
The global NFC Systems market is estimated at $11634.7 million, with a compound annual growth rate of 27.94%.
Top Leading Companies of the Global NFC Systems Market are Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO), Smartrac, NXP Semiconductors, INSIDE SECURE, Qualcomm, MediaTek, SanDisk, Sony, Renesas Electronics,
The EU is considering new laws that would require Apple to give third parties access to its devices’ NFC technology.
If Apple has to open access to its NFC technology in the EU, it’ll have to battle more heavily to win over new consumers.
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The European Union (EU) is reportedly set to consider new laws that would prohibit mobile device makers, like Apple, from restricting access to the NFC technology in their products, Bloomberg reports.
EU may remove Apple’s control of its NFC technology.
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The potential new rules follow the European Commission (EC) probing whether Apple was abusing its control of its devices by preventing third-party firms from using its NFC technology. Comparatively, Google enables third-party firms to access
The phone is a regional variant of the Poco X3 NFC launched earlier this month.
It does however feature a bigger battery than its European-focused sibling.
There’s a new Poco phone heading to India. Dubbed the Poco X3, it’s a slightly tweaked regional variant of the Poco X3 NFC.
Despite the slightly different monikers, the two devices are visually similar sporting the brand’s first original (and arguably divisive) design of 2020. This includes the large POCO logo emblazoned on the phone’s back with a circular camera array sitting above it. Upfront, the X3 also sports a punch-hole with minimal bezels.
Where the X3 does trump its global sibling is in the battery department. Keeping the lights on is a substantial 6,000mAh battery, which can be topped up via Poco’s 33W fast charging system claimed to top up the battery in 86 minutes. That