Except they're not bringing anything to the table. Unless they plan to dramatically undercut Samsung in pricing they won't make a dent in the US market. The only opening in the market is a durable low/mid cost unit in the 4.5-4.7in range, as there are none offered by carriers or that you can buy outright. The sony compacts are the only smaller ones available that work on ATT's frequency bands, but they're not durable and cost too much.
Note7 owner, 22 Mar 2017Becareful LG and Samsung. LG? Be careful LG?
Huawei is far ahead of LG, the No. 2 Apple and No. 1 Samsung
however I do like LG phones (G2-G3-G4 V10) the G6 is looks promising. I hope it will be reliable as they promise, because all the first four what I mentioned is not manufactured by high quality standards, all those have some kind of hardware problem.
I would love to see that happen, Cricket and AT&T are two of the best and affordable, i'm sick and tired of seeing only Samsung and Crapple.
This is a great move from both companies. Huawei would benefit from a partnership from AT&T consider they're one of the largest companies in the US after the recent DirecTV and Time Warner acquisition, and AT&T would benefit from having a more diverse offering of smartphones other than Apple, Samsung, and LG. It's been slim pickings ever since AT&T stopped selling Motorola and HTC phones...