Huawei on the hunt for Apple, 140 million mobile phones sold in 2016
it Seems that the 2016 has been a good year for Huawei, and is that the way they have started to follow a few years ago is giving them positive results, to the point that have moved away from the concept that we had prior to chinese mobile to offer something that competes with the bigger, but trying to be best in their prices.
The goal are very clear: to become the largest mobile phone maker in the world in a period of five years. To do this you will need to overcome the two obstacles that are Apple and Samsung. Although we do not know if you will meet the deadline, it seems that they go the right way by taking into account that this year, they have sold 140 million terminal, according to the vice president of the company.
As stated by Yu Chengdong, senior vice president of Huawei, the goal that had been marked to reach the 140 million terminals sold has already been reached. This figure has been possible to reach it thanks, in part, to the more than 10 million Huawei P9 and P9 Plus that have been sold according to has announced today the manufacturer.
The company expects that in a few months this number rises to 12 million, before leaving the next Huawei P10. For his part, another high-end, Matt 8, has passed the barrier of the seven million phones sold. Already at the IFA this year Chengdong said that in 2018 they were to take on Apple as the second largest manufacturer worldwide.
The chinese manufacturer, without a doubt, has set a very ambitious target, but to be accurate the figures that revealed the vice-president of Huawei, they could meet the deadline they have set themselves. We must be attentive to the numbers that will be handling during the coming year to see if Apple escapes them or is still lurking on that second rung of the podium.
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The news Huawei-to-the hunt of the Apple, 140 million mobile phones sold in 2016 was originally published in Xataka Android by Santiago Luque .