According to the analysts from Strategy Analytics and International Data Corporation, Huawei sold 28.3 million smartphones in the first quarter. Huawei confirmed these figures and now we know that the first three months of this year was extremely successful for the manufacturer.
Huawei sold 2.6 million units of Huawei P9 and Huawei P9 Plus
If we compare these numbers with the same period of last year, there is a sales growth of 64%.
At the same time the manufacturer clearly suggests that this pace will not slow down and by the end of this year they are looking forward to sell 120-140 million smartphones, an eager figure which would see the organization’s development bounce more than 30%. As per product manager Kevin Ho, the organization has as of now dispatched 2.6 million units of its new flagship smartphones Huawei P9 and Huawei P9 Plus.
The manufacturer is expected to launch new smartphone in July of this year, we are talking about Honor V8 Max. This 6.6-inch phablet will compete with Xiaomi Mi Max, Lenovo Phab2 Pro/Plus, and Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra. Honor V8 Max Max is fueled by what gives off an impression of being the Kirin 950 chipset – the Oocta-core processor running at 2.3GHz frequency coupled with 3GB of RAM and in addition 32GB of capacity, expandable through microSD.