Huawei will not become No. 1 smartphone market in houseley Dragun | 10.06.2020
Huawei outlined its ambitions in an interview with CNBC almost two years ago: the company wanted to become the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer by 2020. The year is not over, but the goal is far and the path
ahead looks bumpy.
Since then, USA have increased pressure on Huawei and the company included in the Entity List. This deprived the new smartphones the license FOR Android and the key components.
Although unit production of smartphones was relatively young, Huawei has quickly risen to become the second largest player in the market in the world. The above is just Samsung.
Losing the company still managed to hold second place in the world ranking. She did it, focusing on China and other emerging markets, but lost share in some important
regions of the world.
The course was really compelled as the greatest negative influence that is restricting access to the Android operating system and Google apps. Consumers rely on Gmail
Maps and Chrome, which are present in flagship smartphones Xiaomi or Samsung. So, first and foremost, Huawei has strengthened the sales of legacy devices, but with Android in emerging markets
and raised its share in China where Google services are blocked from 35.5% in the first quarter of 2019 to 42.6% in the same quarter this year.
While Huawei has retained second place in the market, but may forget about how to bypass Samsung.
US sanctions against Huawei