Huawei representative said that the company needed more time to become the world's leading smartphone manufacturer instead of this year.
Prior to the embargo from the US, Huawei set a target to surpass Samsung to become the world's largest smartphone maker in Q4 this year. And while the company has repeatedly expressed its belief that the ban from the US will not affect long-term business operations, Huawei's director of consumer strategy, Shao Yang has just admitted they will have to delay. His goal for some time in a speech at CES Asia in Shanghai.
"We have calculated that it will become the world's largest smartphone company in Q4 this year, but with the current situation it seems that this process will take longer.", Mr. Giang shared.
Yang added that Huawei is still selling 500,000 to 600,000 smartphones a day. Early 2019 saw a tremendous increase in Huawei smartphone sales and the company felt its goal was only a few months away.
However, from the ambition to lead the global smartphone market, Huawei is currently slipping because of its "blacklist" by the US. Last year, Chinese companies sold 206 million phones, an increase of 35% compared to 153 million phones in 2017. Strategy Analytics expects its sales to drop by 20% in 2019 and another 20% by 2020 if the war breaks down. China – China trade does not end.
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