We all know very well that in recent months, Huawei has been trying to enter the US market, though with major obstacles. After negotiations with AT&T failed, the Chinese brand may even abandon the US market. Yes, according to the latest reports, Huawei to quit the US market.
Huawei To Quit The US Market
In recent months, Huawei has been trying to enter the US market, though with major obstacles. After negotiations with AT&T failed, the Chinese brand may even abandon the US market.
In order to reach the top of the smartphone market, Huawei has sought to be present in the main world markets. After conquering Asia and Europe, the Chinese brand defined the United States as the next step in its expansion.
After getting everything ready for entry into the US market, where an exclusive partnership was in place with AT&T, several setbacks and government impositions made the deals fall, hampering the success of the brand in this market.
Although initially, the CEO of the Chinese company said he would not give up and that he was going to attack the unlocked market through stores like Amazon, new information points out that all the brand may back down on its intention, at least temporarily.
According to the New York Times, the Chinese giant has laid down five employees of Huawei, including William Plummer, a senior executive responsible for that market, which may indicate a slowdown or even a withdrawal from the market.
Although there is still no official information from Huawei, the various pressures for non-marketing and adoption of its products have made it difficult to expand and to accept them. It is now doubtful whether the Chinese brand will even leave the country or whether it will only reorganize internally to develop a new strategy and try to win the trust of US officials and regulators.
Huawei P20 and P20 Pro has been a success
The Chinese brand’s new high-end bid has two names: Huawei P20 and P20 Pro. These two models were recently introduced and represent a qualitative leap compared to its predecessor, focusing on photography.
According to data released by Huawei, after being put up for sale in China last Thursday, the first 10 seconds of sales yielded 15 million dollars, showing the impact that this model is having on the market.
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