China's multinational Huawei will try to revoke Apple as the world's second largest mobile phone manufacturer, which is due – only for the sale of more than 200 million smart phones during 2018, reaching a real milestone: 30% more than the previous year.
Huawei is going for Apple. And also from Samsung
Huawei P20 is one of the main responsible for this – precisely – the Chinese company is ready to take on the big leap and to overthrow Cupertino, winning second place in the sale of smartphones, and is slowly approaching Samsung.
As highlighted by the GizChina portal, Huawei is sold in 2018 more than 200 million smart phones (30% more than in 2017) thanks to the momentum generated by the demand for the Huawei P20 (one of its flagship models) models and the Mate 20 series, specifically targeted at the upper middle class.
But also the source also confirms that the common (sub-brand of Huawei) also co-operated, contributing to the growth of sales, although without accurately indicating how many units are sold.
However, the growth was experienced by the Chinese giant may face major challenges in 2019: both the United States and Japan have instituted protectionist measures that have restricted the sale of their terminals in these countries and in commercial allies, such as Canada and Australia.
Recall that the company has set a completely specific and challenging target for 2020: becoming the world's first producer. In fact, according to IDC (International Data Corporation), a multinational already controls 10.4% of the global market in 2017, so the trend is not right at all.
Will the Huawei P30 Pro finally determine the consolidation of the company as a world leader in the sale of mobile phones? A a priori, the script looks complicated: they follow the blockades and boycotts against the company and some analysts say that in 2019 Sales will fall for all major brands.
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