Huawei says it would overtake Samsung and lead the smartphone market, if not for US sanctions

Today Huawei held a presentation in China, where it announced the MatePad Pro tablet, Sound X speaker,

TV, MateBook D 14 and MateBook D 15 laptops and Huawei A2 router. But here, too, company representatives did not forget to talk about achievements and mention sanctions in the United States.

What did they say

Huawei Consumer Business Group Director RichardYu said that the company could overtake Samsung this year and finally become No. 1 in the smartphone market. Everything was leading up to this: last year, Huawei pushed Apple out of second place, sales were growing, and analysts predicted the coveted first place for the company.

However, America intervened and introduced Huaweiblacklisted and prohibited American companies from collaborating with her. As a result, smartphones were left without Google services, and Huawei lost hope of defeating Samsung this year.

Richard Yu also emphasized that many believeas if the brand is not losing popularity solely on the patriotism of the Chinese. According to the executive, this is a mistake, since the company's products are very popular all over the world.

New records

Huawei also talked about new achievements. Thus, sales of the flagships of the Mate 30 family have already exceeded 7 million units. During the same period, sales of last year's Mate 20 were 75% less.

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Huawei has also sold 2 million MediaPad M6 tablets (since June) and more than 1 million Watch GT 2 watches in just 45 days.

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