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Once again, Huawei wants to top the smartphone market




Yesterday, Huawei unveiled its most advanced flagship smartphones and the company is expecting to reach to the top of the smartphone market once again.

In an interview, Huawei CBG COO, He Gang said that Huawei’s smart devices business has overcome various issues over the past two years. The company took different steps to move forward and resolve the obstacles at hand.

The launch of the Huawei P60 series hints that the company’s operations in the smartphone business have come to the normal stage.

With the Huawei P60 series, Huawei has achieved a new level of tech in the mobile industry and He Gang believes that in the future Huawei could also return to the top o the entire smartphone market.

This is quite a positive expectation from the Huawei COO. Yes, there are major challenges ahead of the company such as chipset supply and 5G. However, the company is working with partners to resolve the issues as soon as possible.


China and the global smartphone market are still declining, He said the current market trend is not good. The whole mobile industry is facing a massive downfall. In the past few years, the mobile phone industry either saw a stable market or a reduction but there is no positive growth, explained the Huawei chief.

Since the launch of Huawei Mate 50 devices, Huawei began to gain market share and it’s the only company that start to rise up. He also acknowledged that the share growth is quite low as compared to the past but he also said the company has established a normal smartphone chain. Also, Huawei’s rise in share will continue to grow.

What’s next:

Huawei has a new smartphone launch in the upcoming months. The Chinese tech maker is aiming at Nova 11 (tentatively) in April and the next flagship in the second half of this year. There are also mid-range and affordable phones that Huawei will release in the timeline.

It was 2020 when Huawei dethroned Samsung and achieved first place in the smartphone market but we’ll have to wait until Huawei fully recovers from the supply chain issue and gain back full access to the components.

Huawei COO with Huawei P60 series

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.