Huawei says a US launch is inevitable, and seems to be eyeing the advent of 5G as the time to do it.
There’s a reason Huawei is so confident about its prospects in the US — it’s dominated nearly all other markets.
Standing as China’s biggest phone brand, Giles said Huawei was able to tap into China’s sizable e-commerce market to make that happen. With the high-tech electronic products developing rapid, more and more consumers focus on how to get good items for the best price, especially young people, who couldn’t afford such an expensive phones, have figured out you don’t need to spend $700 to get a good phone. To take advantage of this, the company has been pushing its Honor brand online and establishing the Huawei name as premium with devices like the P10 and Mate 9.
In total, Huawei sold 34 million phones in the first quarter, a 21 percent increase from the year before. That’s impressive, but Apple sold 15 million more iPhones, and Samsung’s shipments were just under a gargantuan 80 million.
It’s not a bad spot, but unless Huawei can become a thing in the US, third place is where it’ll stay.
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