Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) yesterday announced that. It has shipped 6.9 million units of 5G smartphones as of December 2019. This is in addition to offering end-to-end 5G solutions.
The strong sales reflect Huawei’s relentless commitment to 5G R&D and reinforce Huawei’s leadership in 5G technology. Despite the China-US trade wars that saw Huawei engulfed at the centre of the rift, Huawei managed to surpass the milestone.
The figure reflects 53.9 per cent sales which over half of the global 5G marketplace.
Samsung and Huawei have for long had a battle of market superiority in 5G space. Huawei sells 6 devices with 5G under its own brand. The devices include the Mate 20 X 5G, Mate 30 5G, Mate 30 Pro 5G, Mate 30 RS Porsche Design, nova 6 5G, the foldable Mate X. There are two more under the subsidiary brand Honor – the V30 and the V30 Pro.
Weibo post claims that the latter two devices managed to win the title for the “Best Selling Phone on JD.com and Tmall” in its price category.
Speculations around the win suggest that Samsung achieved its sales across the world, including the United States. while Huawei accomplished in 2019 were from its domestic market where its Korean competitor is practically absent.
There are some countries with 5G networks that sell phones by the Chinese company, like the United Arab Emirates, but their contribution to the milestone is minuscule, given the size of the market.
According to Egypt Today’s post. Huawei is an industry leader that offers the full spectrum of 5G technologies, including 5G infrastructure technology. It also offers 5G network equipment which includes base stations, core networks, optical networks and mmWave-enabled technology. Other include 5G chipsets and 5G end-user devices which makes it top of the 5G market.
Huawei 2020 speculations
Heading into 2020. Huawei’s 5G devices and infrastructure are giving consumers than ever the ability to connect with the world through 5G. They expect to ship more devices in the new year.