Huawei always sets great expectations for its smartphone sales. Initially, Huawei's goal was to sell 250 million smartphones in 2019. However, it seems that the Chinese giant now wants to overcome that number.
According to Guo Minghao, a well-known analyst, Huawei will receive Google's GMS certificate later this July. When that happens, Huawei's sales in Europe will increase again. Therefore, he believes that Huawei smartphone sales this year will surpass 260 million units.
In a recent interview with Yahoo Finance, founder and CEO of the Honorable Africa, he also hoped that his company could sell 270 million smartphones this year.
"Although Kirin had a complete chip solution, Huawei still had to buy 50 million chips from Qualcomm last year. This year, we still need to add a large number of Qualcomm chips. reached 270 million units ", Mr. Nham said.
Regarding Huawei's relationship with US companies, Mr. Nham said that Huawei will continue to buy American components and technology if given the opportunity: "If the US government allows its companies (Intel, Qualcomm, Micron …) to recite the offer, we will continue to buy products from them even though in some areas we have the solution. replace".
Mr. Nham believes that Huawei can survive even without Qualcomm storage because its chip development is improving day by day. However, Huawei is still committed to maintaining a partnership with Qualcomm. With Intel, Mr. Nham expressed the same opinion: "Intel can continue to provide products to Huawei to maintain their leading position and we will continue to buy products from them",
Until now, US companies are still negotiating with the US government to find a way to fully restore business with Huawei.