Recent reports claimed that Huawei has reduced its smartphone assembling orders to Taiwan’s Foxconn as an after effect of the US restrictions but the company has now clearly denied these allegations and said its production level is normal.
“Recent media reports are propagating a rumor that Huawei is cutting back production of smartphones in response to its placement on the US Commerce Department’s entity list. Huawei refutes these claims. Our global production levels are normal, with no notable adjustments in either direction.” said Huawei.
Previously, it was said that Foxconn stopped several production lines for Huawei phones in recent days as Huawei reduced orders for new phones.
Now with this clarification, we can assume that Huawei is still keeping its full-fledged smartphone on track but we’re yet to know how much the company’s sales have been reduced by the US restrictions.
Huawei telecom technology is saving large power consumption
Huawei has long been in the internet equipment market and the Chinese tech maker is way ahead of its competitors. In that way, it helps other telecom companies to apply better solutions to provide better consumer-based services.
In the latest edition, the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of XL Axiata, an Indonesian telecom company, said that Huawei’s network technology has helped to save up to 26% of power consumption in the entire system.
Yes, 26% is a lot of power saving and Huawei has surely impacted the business positively from different perspectives.
The CTO further informs that Huawei’s FDD smart 8T8R technology is efficient in terms of electrical use cases. The new tech is already installed in over 100 of 4G networks and may further increase in number in the near future.
As found, the telecom operator has thousands of base stations in Indonesia and It would be surely beneficial if the telecom company fully inherits Huawei’s equipment prowess.
The telecom equipment market is largely based on Huawei’s dominance because the Dell Oro Group report of 2021 reveals that Huawei alone occupies around 28% market share in the global telecom equipment market.
(via – CNMO)
Huawei to sell 30 million smartphones this year, gain back the strength
In the past two years, Huawei has stayed out of the top smartphone sellers list but this year, the Chinese tech maker is likely to gain some footprint back in the market with the sell of 30 million smartphones.
According to the Chinese market researcher – Omdia, in the first and second quarters of 2022, Huawei phones’ shipments will be 5.6 million and 6.4 million respectively.
In the past situation, even with Huawei’s market fall, other phone makers have not been able to fill up Huawei’s place. Therefore, Huawei is likely to ramp up the entire fleet of production and could sell 30 million smartphones this year.
Huawei Mate 50:
The new sales surge will happen with the help of the Huawei Mate 50 series and the lineup continues to increase its sales count among Chinese consumers.
Launched Earlier this month, the Huawei Mate 50 series is quite popular in the homeland and Huawei continues to improve the production rate to meet market demand.
Huawei’s foldable phones are also doing a great job in the Chiense smartphone market, in which, the company has been leaping forward against its competitors.
In the first of 2022, Huawei held 64.6 percent shares, followed by Oppo with 18.3 percent, and Samsung comes third with 9.3 percent shares.
Industry experts say that Huawei must retain the pace and make it better in the high-end or flagship category. The experts also mentioned that the Chinese tech maker should further make head-to-head competition with Apple.
Yes! Comparing both firms in the current scenario will not be good but Huawei should further influence the market and make new roots of growth.
Still, Huawei could make a big comeback in the smartphone industry and China will be a market to reclaim and reconquer.
The road ahead could be difficult but it’s not impossible as Huawei is preparing for next year’s launches that will bring us a bunch of new products and smartphones.
(via – Mydrivers)
Huawei FDD Smart 8T8R network technology can reduce power consumption by 26%: Report
Yes! That’s correct. Huawei FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) Smart 8T8R network technology is quite efficient in terms of power consumption. It is quite powerful and can reduce the depletion of electricity by 26 percent in a region.
Well, that says Gede Darmayusa, the Chief Technology Officer of XL Axiata – an Indonesian telecommunications company. He believes that adopting the most efficient Huawei FDD Smart 8T8R network technology can result in the productive use of power.
Consequently, the 8T8R (8 transmit and 8 receive antenna elements) comprises user capacity which is twice the 4T4R technology. So far, the company has deployed the new high-tech product in more than 700 4G base stations.
Power consumption is the main concern of users!
The Chairman of Huawei – Liang Hua reported that users are generally bothered about energy consumption. They believe that 5G techs will consume more power than expected. However, the constant formation of 5G commercial networks is proof that the power demands are not as high as people think.
On the flip side, the main objective of new inventions is to transmit more information in less energy. 1kWh energy of 5G product can lift the weight of more than 5,000GB of traffic. This calculation is equal to 5000 ultra-clear movies.
Comparatively, the 4G products were capable of only 300 movies. Thus, it’s clear that the 5G network is quite efficient in terms of power. Besides, it increases the productivity of energy by 10-20 times.
Also, 5G base stations are rapidly taking over with their larger capacity, faster speed, and more connections. Eventually, the innovations and new implementations are one of the biggest reasons behind the successful accomplishment of 5G techs.
Liang Hua also said that the company is focused on working for the green environment and will keep on bringing such inventions and solutions.
“With the continuous innovation of technology, the energy efficiency of 5G equipment is also higher, and 5G will be more in line with the concept of energy saving and emission reduction, green environmental protection.”