Huawei for the first time reached the number 1 position with 55.8-million smartphones shipped in Q2 as it achieved its highest-ever share (20.0%) of the global smartphone market.
With advantages in transmission speed, reliability and low latency, 5G technology is considered essential for enhancing connected vehicles’ self-driving and entertainment capabilities.
Amid the global coronavirus contagion, Chinese tech giant Huawei recently highlighted the capabilities and advantages of its cloud offerings for the education and health sectors.
Be prepared, however, not to see the Google Play Store icon on the screens of the smartphones.
Huawei’s AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 series products aim to dominate the industry.
To entice buyers from the budget segment, Huawei has included a few high-end features in the Y7p like a 48MP high-resolution main shooter in a triple-lens configuration, a “punch hole” display, and a 4000mAh battery.
Oppo and Vivo held the top two spots with 27% and 25% shares, respectively. Tech powerhouse Samsung was number 3 with a 9% share during Q4 but its shipments plunged by 32% — the only company to experience to a negative growth.
The first device on Globe’s mobile service with 5G functionality is Huawei’s flagship model — the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G.