The head of Huawei said that the company intends to sell 230 million smartphones by the end of the year.
According to a new post from Sina Technology News, Huawei CEO Richard Yu announced at an internal meeting that the company estimates that by the end of the year, 230 million units of smartphones will be shipped. We remind you that the new year 2020 will come in less than two weeks.
Back in October, a Chinese company said it had shipped about 200 million units of its products in some unimaginable way 64 days earlier than in 2018. This is surprising in that already in 2018, the United States actively inserted sticks into the wheels of the corporation in particular and China as a whole. As we see, sanctions to the Chinese national brand do not care.
In a recent report by experts from Strategy Analytics, it was estimated that Huawei will get as close as possible to Samsung sales, which remains the first in terms of smartphone shipments worldwide, selling about 251 million units of its products.
By the end of 2018, Huawei had sold about 200 million pieces of equipment, so adding another 30 million would be highly likely and, to be sure, an excellent achievement, despite problems in relations between the US and Chinese governments, as well as the absence of mobile services from Western markets Google for Mate Series smartphones.
Apparently, even if in 2020 Huawei will still be on the black list of the American special services and, accordingly, Google and its services, you can not worry about the company. The Chinese smartphone maker is definitely feeling very good, at least in its home market. However, this does not mean that sanctions may increase, and Huawei may have to change the plan of action on the world stage if it wants to move on.