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Huawei dominates the Japanese market by deploying smartphones and tablets

On June 11, 2018, Huawei Japan held a new product presentation in Tokyo, and it is being reported that the company has acquired the No. 1 market share in smartphone SIM-free market and tablet market in the country.

Huawei, which originally developed network equipment for the domestic market, entered the Japanese consumer mobile market in 2007 with a data communication terminal for EMOBILE (now SOFTBANK’s Wy Mobile brand).

Since then, the company has expanded the supply of terminals to KDDI, SoftBank and even UQ Communications through the provision of mobile phones for e-mobile, smartphones NTT Docomo, photo panels and mobile Wi-Fi routers.


As the market shifts from mobile phones to smartphones, terminal provision for telecommunications carriers has increased the supply of tablets as well as smartphones.

Huawei has grown to supply smartphones to all major telecommunications carriers in the summer 2018 model against the background of past achievements.

For Huawei’s telecommunications carriers The summer 2018 model is as follows.
NTT Docomo
· HUAWEI P20 Pro

KDDI
· HUAWEI P20 lite (64GB model)

SOFTBANK
· HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro
· HUAWEI nova lite 2

Softbank (Wy Mobile)
· HUAWEI P20 lite (32GB model)

UQ Communications
· HUAWEI P20 lite (32GB model) In

particular, HUAWEI P20 Pro of NTT Docomo’s proprietary model is
· the top model with the Triple camera with LEICA (Leica) lens
· NTT Docomo limited model

Furthermore, Huawei’s deployment to the Japanese market is not limited to terminals for telecommunications carriers.
On the 11th announcement, we announced that we will introduce HUAWEI P20
· HUAWEI P 20 lite for SIM-free market

According to Huawei’s officials, repair shops that have enhanced the support system for the Japanese market are planned to expand in the future.




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