Syel, 19 Jul 2018Who owns the first two? Apple and Samsung?Yes.
Huawei is in third place.
Huawei is the next samsung.
They are gonna become no 1 smartphome manufacture.
They innovate, bring amazing cameras to the market.
They also make decent money so they can keep expanding, they are doing very well in Europe.
Only America left, but they wont let them sell properly... even then, they will still become bigger as they dont need the US
In terms of gameplay, hauwei kirin chips are waste. I never buy
androfox, 19 Jul 2018Many in ger use huawei. Guess EU is a nice market for High-priced phones. Most people I see ru... moreSame in Finland. More and more people are buying Huawei. I'm really happy with my Mate 9, my next phone will most likely be the latest Mate whenever I feel like upgrading.
Geric.770, 19 Jul 2018Still waiting for Huawei to dominate the second place on the market.Who owns the first two? Apple and Samsung?
Ther really deserve it tbh!
I wouldn't use one even if they offered it to me as a gift and pay me extra. Bleahh!
By the way, how many of those were sold outside china and india? 5%?
Geric.770, 19 Jul 2018Still waiting for Huawei to dominate the second place on the market.Imagine if they can make it into US market. But Samsung and Apple won't give this up easily. Too much is at stake.
John, 19 Jul 2018Am happy for huawei but i will never ever buy a huawei phone people like them because they are... moreYour statement is wrong at so many levels. For start, I think we past long ago the misconception about Chinese branded phones. Second, in the last few years Huawei phones have really establish themselves as contenders for Samsung and Apple phones. Their build quality has increased, their in the house processors are up there with Qualcomm ones.
The only real complain can be software wise, a stock Android approach will benefit more people I think.
In the end there aren't many differences between Huawei and Samsung/Apple/Sony/LG, etc.
Many in ger use huawei. Guess EU is a nice market for High-priced phones. Most people I see run P10 P20 in every variation. Im glad there is competition for Samapple though I wont fall for their marketing...phones are still phones no matter what you do with them - no need to pay more than 600€$ for everything you will do with it.
????...here in the Philippines... lucky to see one in (let's say) 50 persons in one place... using a huawei phone. most of us here are using samsung, iphone, cheap china phone brands like oppo vivo and some local brands.
If Huawei wants to truly break Samsung and Apple, they will have to do some major localization work (see: Chinese OS), which should be easy considering the massive amounts of engineers they have working on EMUI and Kirin.
But really, I'd love to see them testing the waters with stock Android, like Xiaomi and their A1 and A2.
Also, I hope they can engineer away the notch and give us a truly 2018-tier CPU
John, 19 Jul 2018Am happy for huawei but i will never ever buy a huawei phone people like them because they are... moreJohn, I have used a samsung and lenovo. After i switched to a Huawei there is no turning back. Their cameras and build quality is excellent. No lagging issues. They are not cheap. Their main strength is in the mid level ($165) and now focus is being done on the high end. P20 pro is an amazing device and is the top range in their category( $ 800)
Nokiax, 19 Jul 2018Intresting... Surprisingly I never see any Huawei device in anyone hand.. In my city. India India is a market which they have started to focus now. They are first on the online channel and then getting on to brick & motor stores. I have worked with Huawei and they are a well determined team. India is a market in which their focus is definitely going to come up in a big way.
I have p8 for 3 years. It works without any lag with no problem and you get 3 year warranty.
I just hope that they will release "compact" version with same dimensions as P10 next year.
Surprisingly I never see any Huawei device in anyone hand..
In my city. India
Nah, it's easy for Huawei to achieve 100 mil mark, in China alone they open up 1 mil stores, then ship 100 pcs handsets to each store, there you go 100 mil lol...
At $20 US a piece, no wonder.
Also, these are 1st years throw away brand. No thank you.