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Huawei Shipped More Than 73 Million Phones For The First Half Of 2017

Promising results! According to the recent numbers that Huawei just published, the first half of 2017 was very successful for the Chinese electronics giant.
Huawei Shipped More Than 73 Million Phones For The First Half Of 2017
73 million mobile units shipped

Huawei shipped more than 73 million units of mobile phones during for six months and 36 percent year on year increase in revenue. It represents 20.6 percent growth over last year’s H1 shipments.

Richard Yu, Chief Executive Officer of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group said, Our Consumer Business Group continued to deliver extraordinary growth, beating the industry average and penetrating high-end markets around the globe. This ongoing growth is testament to the strength of the Huawei brand and the momentum we’ve built through delivering premium, market-redefining devices that resonate with today’s discerning consumers.

According to industry analysts of IDC, Huawei’s market share rose to 9.8 percent of the global smartphone market.

The breakdown revealed that Huawei moved more than 10 million units of Nova 2, 8.5 million units of Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro, 6 million for P10 and P10 Plus. The 1 month old Honor 9 is also very strong with more than a million units in sales.

Huawei devices have resonated with global audiences because of our clear commitment to quality, experience and innovation, continued Yu. With a robust consumer devices ecosystem that includes critically acclaimed smartphones, tablets, wearables and now PCs, consumers know that they can trust Huawei to deliver the kind of experience they’re looking for in a premium device.

Currently, Huawei is the top dog in China, but the company is not satisfied yet. Huawei aims to get 30 to 40 percent of the Chinese market share in the next 3 years.

The brand also aims to be the top smartphone maker in the world.

Source: My Drivers
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