After a difficult year, Huawei ended up having to sell its subsidiary Honor, after being completely ‘vetoed’ by the United States government to negotiations with US companies.
As Aroged reported, in the last week it was speculated that the company was also considering selling its most popular smartphone lines: the P line and the Mate line. Now confirmation comes that the company has no intention of doing so.
Huawei has no intention of selling the P and Mate lines of smartphones
“There is no basis for these rumors. We remain fully committed to our smartphone business, and we will continue to provide world-leading products and experiences to consumers around the world, ”the company said in statements this Tuesday.
Analysts seem to share the view that selling these smartphone lines is not a viable solution for Huawei. “Selling another successful business is not going to solve the problems with the United States ban, and only cause a significant loss of revenue for Huawei,” says analyst Will Wong of IDC.
“This type of business should be done by Huawei only as a last resort”, he concludes. And at a time when Huawei wants to maintain its presence in the smartphone market, a possible sale will not be a reality.
With the absence of Google services, Huawei’s smartphone sales have plummeted globally. But that does not prevent the company from launching smartphones of great quality, and that impress at the photographic level. Unfortunately they only succeed commercially in China, where Google applications do not enter the equation.
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