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Huawei's global smartphone sales downhill

Honor 20 will be available for sale in some parts of Europe, including France and Britain on June 21, but Huawei can stop sales if they are weak.


A month after being placed on the black list by the Trump administration, Huawei reportedly has been prepared to sell smartphones by 40 to 60 percent.
According to a Bloomberg report, Huawei may end up pulling from Honor 20, one of the most successful phones outside China if sales are weak.

The US Department of Commerce has banned American companies from selling Huawei parts since May without a Washington approval, arguing that Huawei is a threat to national security.

Following sanctions, the founder and CEO of Huawei Ren Zhengfei said the growth of the company could slow down, but only "a little."

However Bloomberg reports that the company is preparing to cut sales significantly between 40 to 60 million smartphones.

Honor 20 will be available for sale in some parts of Europe, including France and Britain on June 21, but Huawei can stop sales if they are weak.

To compensate for the impact of international pressure on finance, the company is striving to capture half of the Chinese smartphone market.

According to Canalys, Huawei is the only Chinese company among the top five producers that owns 34% of the market but does not lack the competition from Oppo and Vivo.

On the other hand, in the US, sanctions against Huawei have begun to give effects to Qualcomm, Intel and Xilinx. Reuters reported that company representatives have asked the US authorities to ease sanctions.

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