Huawei Delivers More Than 200 million Huawei Smartphones in 2018

Huawei is very monstrous, another record again after shipping more than 200 million Huawei smartphones in 2018. Let’s check out how the world’s second largest smartphone make did this!

Huawei Delivers More Than 200 million Huawei Smartphones in 2018

Huawei ships more than 200 million Huawei Smartphones

Huawei just broke another record after its Phones shipment for 2018 surpassed 180 million to 200 million Huawei smartphones. The company said in early December that it was going to deliver more than 200 million Huawei phones around the world. Guess what, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer hit the milestone as expected. Besides, having provided more than 200 million Huawei phones is a very big beginning for Huawei.

The Chinese Handset maker’s goal for 2019 is to be the world’s biggest smartphone maker. Now, it shares the battle with Samsung (1st) and Apple (3rd) and Huawei itself (2nd). That’s gonna be massive competition for next year, but something remains clear… Huawei is a monstrous competitor to fear.

Moreover, this new Huawei sales record is driven by the big sales of the P20, Mate 20 Pro and Honor 10 devices. Huawei’s smartphones are extremely popular in Europe and China, but almost non-existent in the United States, although not without reason.

Even though the United States government does not want consumers to buy Huawei’s phones, the company is still doing super great. It is by providing extreme powerful smartphones at low cost that it passed Apple and become world’s second largest phone vendor after Samsung.

More Than 200 million Huawei Smartphones in 2018 – The Future

According to Huawei, there are more than 500 million fans using its phones in more than 170 countries. Which is by far a fantastic achievement for the Chinese company. Remember, 8 years ago… Huawei shipped only 3 million phones worldwide. And for 2019, definitely… it is going to provides more than 250 million smartphones worldwide.

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