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Huawei is clearly cutting its cell phone shipments in half this year

The way that Huawei’s cell phone business isn’t doing so well isn’t new information. Ongoing US sanctions have disabled Huawei’s phone deals, and it would seem that 2021 will be one of the most exceedingly terrible years for the organization with regards to transportation new handsets.

As per Nikkei Asia, Huawei has informed suppliers that it intends to arrange enough components for 70 to 80 million cell phones this year. That is a drop of over 60% contrasted with the 189 million phones the organization transported in 2020.

A few providers anticipate that Huawei should additionally cut that number and order enough components for 50 million handsets.

Huawei’s developing US troubles

Huawei has seen a steady decrease in cell phone sales since it lost the ability to add Google services to its phones. The US government additionally served an extreme hit to the brand by restricting it from bringing in US-made tech from non-US organizations.

Eventually, Huawei needed to shed its sub-brand Honor in November a year ago. The organization likewise lost its spot in the list of the top five cell phone creators internationally.

In the mean time, Huawei’s CEO Ren Zhengfei wants the US to have an open policy in regards to Chinese organizations. He encouraged the Biden organization to reconsider the boycott, yet it doesn’t appear as though help is coming at any point in the near future.

Presently, Huawei is planning to launch its Mate X2 foldable phone one week from now. Its possibilities don’t look encouraging due to the absence of Google services, yet it could prevail in China because of it being Huawei’s stronghold.

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