Yesterday was a very important day for Huawei, having presented its latest high-end smartphones during an online event. In all, 4 smartphones were presented: Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro + and the Porsche Design Mate 40 RS. All of them arrive with high-end specifications, capable of making any of its rivals envious.
Considering that Huawei continues to be unable to use Google services on its smartphones, they are all “unusable” for European markets in the first place, and it is hoped that the sales figures will not be surprising. As expected, in China the scenario is completely opposite.
Since the attacks in the United States began, the Chinese people have been extremely patriotic towards Huawei, helping to keep their numbers at impressive levels. The new Huawei Mate 40 are proof of that, having sold out pre-orders in just 28 seconds.
Huawei remains the largest manufacturer ever in China
Despite many rivals, Huawei still does not give a chance to competition in its own market. In addition to the pre-purchases on the JD.com website having sold out in less than 1 minute, it was also revealed that during the event, more than 4 million users watched live through the platform.
With China being the largest market in the world for smartphones, they have remained almost exclusively as the main reason for Huawei to continue to survive. During recent times Huawei has faced great difficulties in international markets, both in the sale of smartphones and in the expansion and implementation of its 5G technology.
At the end of the presentation, Richard Yu decided not to overlook the aggressive campaign that the US continues to carry out against Huawei. After accusing the Donald Trump administration of being extremely unfair to the company, he reminded everyone who watched that the great evolution made in the last decade was thanks to all the fans, they being Huawei’s top priority.
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