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Huawei may start selling third party smartphones in its offline stores



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Huawei may opt in to sell third party smartphones in its own offline stores. As per the latest information, a device codenamed ‘Monica’ has been spotted, which is alleged to be sold in Huawei’s offline stores from August 20, reveals a well known Weibo tipster.

Although, it is currently unknown whether this device belongs to Huawei or it is from any other third party brand. The pricing details and the specifications of the device aren’t disclosed at the moment.

Also, there is no such Huawei smartphone launched except for the P50 series. So, all we can assume, is that the Chinese tech giant could be promoting other brands in its offline store and make them available with a partnership or something similar.

According to the information, we don’t think that Huawei will expand its third-party selling services to big names such as Xiomi and others. On the other hand, the Chinese tech giant is likely to sell models of network operators and small vendors.

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This Monica codenamed device might be from any local brand in China but powered by Huawei technologies such as software. Meanwhile, we still wait for the official confirmation to arrive on this matter.

Huawei P50 demo in Huawei offline stores

Huawei’s recently launched flagships, the Huawei P50 smartphones are available in offline stores in China. The interested consumers can visit their nearest Huawei store to experience the new flagship phones. The P50 Pro offers a new high-end camera, a brand new design, and much more.

(Source – Weibo)

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Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.