Actually, while Huawei is getting hit in the pocketbook, USA consumers are missing out on the opportunity to buy the just unveiled Huawei P20 Pro with its high-end specs and a triple camera setup in back. Just this month, the company also released the Huawei P20 Pro with a triple camera setup which another first in the industry. One way or another, he will turn the U.S. into a viable market. "We would never compromise that trust". Unfortunately, the handset won't be sold in the USA, to the disappointment of many consumers. The warnings specifically discourage consumers from purchasing devices from Huawei and Xiaomi, but they vaguely describe the reasons behind doing so.
Huawei has been working for so long to get into the USA market, but this latest road block is the biggest yet.
A partnership between Huawei and American operator AT&T to sell smartphones in the United States fell apart in January. At the last minute, however, AT&T backed out of the agreement, after what's believed to have included warnings against the deal by government officials. Huawei past year launched its Kirin 970 chip, the world's first mobile processor with a dedicated Neural processing unit (NPU) for AI. These explain why the Huawei P20 Pro won't be sold in the U.S.
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"The security risk concerns are based on groundless suspicions and are quite frankly unfair", Yu added in his email exchange with CNET.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei saw it profits rebound in 2017, helped by strong smartphone sales as it ramps up R&D spending despite suffering setbacks in its USA ambitions.
Yu called out the USA intelligence agencies for issuing such warnings. The lack of Huawei smartphones in brick-and-mortar stores in the United States may have you doubting those facts but the company's annual sales numbers should dispel any such notions. This is the company's latest experience to compete directly with Apple and Samsung in high-end devices. In the US, the fight against Apple, Samsung, and even the likes of HTC, LG, and Motorola might prove pretty tough. As one of the biggest markets in the world, though, Huawei definitely wants in, and it's clearly not giving up... This is in spite of not being able to do business and sell its products in the US market. "We recognize we are not a known brand in the USA, and we need to build our brand here", Yu said.