According to past practice, Huawei will release P series phones in March/April and Mate series phones in September/October.
However, after multiple rounds of sanctions by the United States, Huawei’s mobile phone business has been greatly hindered. The Huawei P50 series, which was unveiled at the HarmonyOS and Huawei’s full-scene new product launch conferences, has been postponed. According to Huawei’s internal news, the Huawei P50 series will be released on 7/8. Released monthly.
As for the Huawei Mate series of mobile phones, it is now reported that Huawei will not release new flagship mobile phones of the Mate series this year. This will also be the first time Huawei has “broken change” since it launched the Mate series of mobile phones in 2013.
However, Huawei has not yet officially responded to this news.
Judging from the previous actions of Huawei, Huawei’s mobile phone business has taken maintaining the stock of users as a core strategy. These include low-cost replacement of batteries, back covers, and even components such as screens, motherboards, and cameras for sold Huawei mobile phones, and the official launch of the mobile phone version of the Hongmeng system.
Last month, Huawei’s consumer business CEO Yu Chengdong said in the circle of friends: “The four rounds of sanctions in the United States have made our consumer business difficult. Survival and development are products that we can still make. Our team has never forgotten to create high-quality products. Enhance consumer experience and truly create value for consumers!”
Yu Chengdong said frankly that because of sanctions and restrictions, many products could not be produced, which led to serious shortages. It is really unbelievable for the love and expectations of consumers.
In recent years, Huawei has won many mobile phone users in China and even the global market with its smart phones with excellent performance, and once topped the world’s top smartphone shipments.
However, at a time when Huawei’s development was gaining momentum, the United States imposed multiple sanctions on Huawei, and Huawei’s mobile phone business has also suffered a serious blow. The decline in the smartphone market share is indeed regrettable. Some netizens said: “iPhone 13’s biggest opponent is going to be absent.”