AnonD-771260, 21 Dec 2019I don't know Chinese market but see how with higher prices it took much more of Chinese market... moreOr-bear with me-it's the patriotism of the people. They've been taught all their lives that supporting the government is supporting the honor and dignity of country. So as such, people have been buying more expensive Huawei phones to support their beloved government.
Walter C. Dornez, 20 Dec 2019That is if and only if Huawei captures the entire market. It can't, what with the prevalence o... moreI don't know Chinese market but see how with higher prices it took much more of Chinese market. They are already most expensive compared to other brands in local market.
Maybe they have some privilege in china or very special subsidies what others don't have.
AnonD-771260, 16 Dec 2019What advantage other chinese brands can take? If they could do something it would be right tim... moreThat is if and only if Huawei captures the entire market. It can't, what with the prevalence of other brands at cheaper prices in China. And it can't get bigger in the West because of the lack of Google services.
Walter C. Dornez, 15 Dec 2019I disagree. As great as the home market of China is, it's a short term solution, especially wh... moreWhat advantage other chinese brands can take? If they could do something it would be right time but Huawei just growing much better than before in China. Chinese market don't care about google services anyway.
Only one who should be worried now is Samsung. Huawei could be top 1 with all the sanctions! That's how big market of China is.
We all know that Huawei will surpass Samsung in terms of hardware in the future so there is no doubt if Huawei claim its rights and beat the so called great phones
AnonD-771260, 13 Dec 2019I don't think that Samsung can do something here. Despite all the google service issues, Huawe... moreI disagree. As great as the home market of China is, it's a short term solution, especially when we consider companies like Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo will take advantage as well. Huawei is being attacked on two sides and is definitely going good right now, but I can't see it lasting.
Baykko, 15 Dec 2019I only read like 2 lines and then decided to come right away into the comments.
Look I like... moreUnfortunately that's the trend now. Offer press charge more. On top of how progression was already slowing down.
And also unfortunately as soon as the 1k plus point boomed is only when Sony finally decided to put a little effort back in their devices.
Thin glass slabs with small and reused cameras, no headphone jack, weak batteries or barely just getting better batteries, etc. And 1k price tags. It's become exceptionally uninspiring.
I only read like 2 lines and then decided to come right away into the comments.
Look I like Huawei, I have a Huawei phone and I consider they are reliable devices. But Huawei has turned into this brand that believes they are super premium and wants to charge you accordingly while providing products behind companies like Xiaomi. The main P-Series phones and main Mate series phones are no doubt among the best devices, but anything other than those gives specs that lack here and there compared to other companies.
The best Huawei phones from 2019 didn't even make it out of China (Honor 9X's, Honor View's, Nova's, Mate's) and they plan to say they are selling as much as say Samsung, which had a successful launch with their new A, Note10, S10 series.
I wonder how many will purchased Huawei again after the ban stop. I think Sammy and apple will drop to top 3-4 ;)
i will always go for Huawei phones. Samsung will soon be like Nokia.
frostmore, 13 Dec 2019Here's a little suggestion: Stop with the knox nonsense and keep that for the corporate offic... moreI totally and completely agree with, couldn't have echoed my sentiments any better
I am Samsung fan but I think xiaomi is the in over mobile phone brands it surpirce each and every phone user it innovates a lot.