CAIRO - 16 January 2020: Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) today announced that it has shipped 6.9 million units of 5G smartphones as of December 2019, in addition to offering end-to-end 5G solutions. The strong sales reflect Huawei’s relentless commitment to 5G R&D and reinforce Huawei’s leadership in 5G technology.
In 2019, Huawei brought 5G to consumers through the launch of eight 5G smartphones: HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro 5G, HUAWEI Mate 30 5G, PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI Mate 30 RS,HUAWEI Mate 20 X (5G), HUAWEI nova 6 5G, HUAWEI Mate X, Honor V30 Pro and Honor V30. With all Huawei’s 5G smartphones supporting5G NSA and SA networking modes, Huawei’s 5G-enabled devices are the obvious choice for consumers looking for a futureproof5G device. The brand’s diverse offering brings 5G to themarket at a wide variety of price points, democratising the 5G experience for everyone.
Huawei is an industry leader that offers the full spectrum of 5G technologies, including: 5G infrastructure technology, 5G network equipment (base stations, core networks, optical networks and mmWave-enabled technology), 5G chipsets (base station chips, baseband chips, smartphone chips) and 5G end-user devices (smartphones, customer-premises equipment (CPE), portable routers and tablets). Heading into 2020, Huawei’s 5G devices and infrastructure are giving more consumers than ever the ability to connect with the world through 5G.
About Huawei Consumer BG
Huawei's products and services are available in more than 170 countries and are used by a third of the world's population. Fourteen R&D centres have been set up in the United States, Germany, Sweden, Russia, India and China. Huawei Consumer BG is one of Huawei's three business units and covers smartphones, PC and tablets, wearables and cloud services, etc. Huawei's global network is built on over 30 years of expertise in the telecom industry and is dedicated to delivering the latest technological advances to consumers around the world.
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