Wednesday , June 16 2021

Huawei's CEO: Matt 20 has been shipped in 10 million copies

The latest Huawei phones in the Mate 20 series have now delivered 10 million deliveries. Huawei's CEO, Richard Yu, claims to be in the post of the Chinese social network Weibo. Undoubtedly a strong figure, even if it is not a record. Successful Huawei P20 series phones also managed to spend 10 million brands only after five months in the market. You look a little further back in time, you can compare with Mate 10, which took ten months to go up in the same volume, while Matt 9 was listed for five million delivered samples in four months. The fact that the Mete 20 series goes well is not particularly surprising, partly because of the dynamics Huawei bought with the P20 phones, partly thinking that Mate 20 Pro got very nice reviews, and was also named the "best smartphone" in connection with Mobile World congress last month.

It is unclear whether Mate 20 Lite is included

It's not clear from the figures if Huawei turned on the slightly simplified version of the phone that has the Lite extension or not. It was released already in September, while other phones in the Mate 20 series were available only in November. Whether Huawei can keep the placement or not with the upcoming flagship P30 – to be presented in connection with an event in Paris in two weeks – remains to be seen. However, if not, it may face some competition from its own flexible Mate X, which is also provided with 5G support.

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