Huawei Sales Better than Apple

Better quality in cheap price

Apple has launched so many models and has always been a successful brand. Every model has been a success and people bought them carelessly. Now with Chinese brands and technology, the game is changing is the smartphone world. There are five most famous smartphone brands in the world and others maybe locally sold. Majority smartphone brands are China’s produced. And Apple is the only known brand of USA.

With this much success of Chinese brands, China is producing technology that is cheap, easy to use and much more convenient for users. Being a Huawei user, anyone can agree that the camera quality is fabulous. Not only that but the pixels, phone’s memory, battery backup, and functions are very user-friendly. The phone’s success is valid due to these facts. This brand not only caters to the upper class but lower and middle classes as well. There is a wide range of prices in the market but still cheap including taxes.

Huawei was sold around 54 million phones last quarter and more than 40% last year. It has not only beaten the Apple sale but also the sale of a big company i.e SAMSUNG. Ryan Reith, an IDC analyst said;

“The continued growth of Huawei is impressive, to say the least, as is its ability to move into markets where, until recently, the brand was largely unknown.”

The phone has an amazing quality and no one compromises on quality. Why a person would pay for a phone, which has a higher price but low quality. However, it is not being used in the USA, as they claim that there are security risks related to the technology and the Chinese intelligence can use it to gather information. Huawei has always denied this fact. Despite being away from the world main economy, it managed to be a second most sold smartphone brand.

It experienced a strong growth in Europe, Middle Eastern countries and Africa. Also, in Asia Pacific regions. But the countries like USA, Canada, Australia, and the UK still don’t allow its usage due to security risks.

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