Since the United States trade ban, Huawei's global sales have been affected. The company's market share and shipments in Europe have decreased and it seems that their global perspectives are still uncertain. The temporary license granted to the company in May has been extended. However, we must bear in mind that This applies only to existing products. New models of the brand as the Huawei Mate 30 series will be affected by this commercial ban.
The Huawei Mate 30 series could delay its global launch
The Mate 30 series will be Huawei's first line of flagship phones after the commercial ban went into effect in May. The phone is designed to await the party in the market for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the next iPhone with a powerful camera setup and a screen with a sharp curve. However, the global prospects of the phone seem bleak. The middle South China Morning Post reports that Huawei could delay the global launch of the phone due to the commercial ban mentioned above.
They do not yet have a viable software alternative
Huawei has been fighting for stabilize your supply chain with replacements outside the United States. But nevertheless, the software is an area where they still have viable replacements. Even if Huawei decides to use its own-developed HarmonyOS operating system, that still doesn't solve the problem of the lack of Google Apps. Also, being so recent, Its application ecosystem is quite green and empty. So, for now, HarmonyOS does not seem a viable solution to the problem.
Essentially, Android is an open source platform. This means that the Huawei Mate 30 series could use an unlicensed operating system version of Google. However, this would prevent you from incorporating Google services. These have become a very important aspect of Android for international users.
Huawei global sales in danger
If we do not see a change in the current situation between the United States and China, Huawei you will have to be prepared to receive a significant blow to your overseas sales. Global sales of its flagship phone series will definitely be affected.
The company could try to compensate for some losses with a more aggressive strategy in China. In fact, a recent Canalys report indicates that almost 64% of global sales of smartphones Huawei They were in China in the second quarter of 2019. We could see that this figure increases even more, as Huawei aims to obtain almost 50 percent of the market share in China by the end of this year, compared to the 38% they occupy at the moment.
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