Huawei reduce number of phones to be produced in 2021

Huawei significantly reduce the number of phones to be produced in 2021

Huawei would significantly reduce the number of phones to be produced in 2021. The reason for this, of course, is the US sanctions, which make it completely impossible for the manufacturer in the mobile market.

The story began in May last year when the U.S. government blacklisted Huawei. U.S. companies could only trade with the Chinese company after obtaining a separate license. Google’s suite of services has been withdrawn, the Play Store, Gmail, Youtube, Google Drive, Maps, and many other apps used by millions of people in Europe and America have jumped. Although on several occasions it seemed that the US and Huawei would come to an agreement, in the end, it never became anything.

The manufacturer’s mobiles still come without GMS, which is quite a painful point for many users and this can of course be seen in sales. Although more and more apps are being added to the Huawei App Gallery, it has not yet grown up for the Play Store and you have to look for something else instead of the apps you used before, which in many cases involves a lot of compromises.

Huawei devices are still popular in China, Google applications have been banned there for years, and people are used to their lack. In the global market, however, the situation is different, as all vendors except Huawei have access to Google services, so users have a choice. Several analysts said that Huawei will soon target only China, and if they actually reduce the number of mobiles to such an extent next year, it will begin.

On the one hand, this is a completely understandable step, as it is unnecessary to produce millions of phones that are not in such high demand. Interestingly, Huawei shipped 240 million smartphones last year, with roughly 190 million expected globally this year. The 74 percent decline means about 50 million units next year. As a result, more than 300 million units will be available from Samsung mobile in 2021.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here