Huawei has sold 100 million smartphones in 2018

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Huawei has been growing amazingly in the world market. The company may have had trouble entering the United States, but it has managed to exceed expectations in other markets.

Chinese company CEO Richard Yu took the stage in a brand presentation to indicate that Huawei is in good health. So good health that it has sold over 100 million smartphones this year.

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The brand shared an interesting image (below). In 2015 the Asian company only managed to reach this level in December, 2016 in October, 2017 in September and now in 2018 in July.

Growth is sustainable and this shows us that the Asian company is not here to see others walk. Huawei is one of the most powerful brands in the Chinese market and, according to IDC, the top seller in UK in the first quarter.

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It has been reported that Huawei P20 and P20 Pro have sold over 6 million units. A positive number, however, slightly below initial expectations for smartphones. Where the brand has stood out is in the mid-range and lower range.

It wasn't mentioned by Richard Yu if these numbers also include Huawei's sub-brand Honor smartphones. Honor, like its "mother" brand, has been surprising. Honor 10 is a great smartphone for low price and one of the most interesting you can buy right now.

The big question is whether the Asian manufacturer will be able to reach the long-awaited 200. If Huawei reaches 200 million pieces of equipment by 2018, it is a brand never reached before. I remember that Mate 20 is coming here and promises to bring justifications to be one of the best in the market.

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