Huawei shipped 100 million smartphones in 149 days!

At a release tournament in Wuhan, China for its new Nova 5 telephones, Huawei additionally mentioned it has shipped 100 million smartphones this yr as of May 30.

Huawei shipped 100 million smartphones in 149 days!
100 million telephones in 149 days!

The most powerful efficiency of the corporate but

Huawei shopper trade crew’s smartphone product line president He Gang printed that the corporate accomplished that feat in simply 149 days, its quickest but. In comparability, Huawei shipped the similar choice of telephones in 198 days in 2019. In 2019, Huawei wanted 355 days to achieve the 100 million mark.

It means that Huawei, the arena’s quantity 2 telephone maker, is on a cast upward thrust. Probably, it may be on its approach of dethroning Samsung in the highest spot.

See additionally: Counterpoint: Huawei beats Apple’s marketplace proportion anew, catching up with Samsung in Q1

Likely, the good fortune is because of the corporate’s sturdy product line which highlights the cutting edge Leica-powered Huawei P30 Pro. 

However, this came about ahead of the May 17 ban on Huawei by way of US’s Department of Commerce.

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei just lately mentioned that the ban may price the corporate 30 billion in earnings this yr. The corporate’s smartphone gross sales outdoor China additionally dropped by way of 40 p.c remaining month.

The ban may derail the corporate’s ambition of topping Samsung as some customers feared that Huawei’s may no longer have an get entry to to Google anymore.

Yesterday, Huawei debunked all of the rumors surrounding the ban. In PH, its shops will give 100 p.c refund if the apps would possibly not paintings.

Source: Huawei Facts

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