Huawei is currently receiving temporary Android service support from Google under the US ban and also favorable for its rival Samsung, which has recently pulled a new move to grab Huawei’s existing user into its corner.
Samsung has now launched a new trade-in promotional program in Singapore targeting Huawei smartphone users to trade for Galaxy S10 devices. This move is set hit existing Huawei smartphone owners that are unsure whether they’ll get after purchase services from Google. reported BusinessKorea.
Samsung Electronics Singapore has launched an offer for Huawei customers on May 27. It announced discounts of up to SG$755 (US$550) to customers who trade in their Huawei smartphones for a Galaxy S10 device until May 31. Under this campaign, Samsung offers an additional trade-in value of SG$755 (US$550) on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, SG$560 (US$410) on the P20 Pro, SG$545 (US$400) on the Mate 20, SD$445 (US$325) on the P20 and SG$300 (US$220) on the Nova 3i model.
It’s expected that Huawei’s nearly broken ties with Google has severely affected the company’s current shipment on the global market and also expected to bring decline the company’s quarter shipment this year.
Industry analysts say if Huawei seems any fall its shipments, other smartphone manufacturers including Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi will be the biggest beneficiary and catching Samsung for the first place will become a long dream for the Chinese telecom giant.