Huawei has been ranked second in the global smartphone market — surpassing Apple — in a recent global quarterly market monitoring report, released by IDC, SA, Canalys, and Counterpoint. And that’s no surprise to us as the company has progressively gained popularity and good feedback from the consumers, all around the globe with its consistency in bringing premium quality smartphones, technologies, and designs to the market.
Huawei has been spending a good amount of its investment in research and development — over 10% of its revenue every year. And the company’s investment was ranked 6th among other tech companies of the world in the year 2017, as per the 2017 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard report generated by the European Commission.
The company puts around 80,000 employees in its R&D department, which is 45% of its employees, says Huawei’s annual report 2017. On the other hand, the company has been recruiting major talents from all around the world with a view to strengthening its research and development.
During past years the company has built several world-leading hubs in different parts of the world — The Algorithm Center in Moscow, UX Design Center in San Francisco and Design Center in London, Aesthetic Center in Paris, and the 5G Technology Development Center in Germany.
Also, Huawei has built partnerships with world-class partners with a view to introducing better technology and ID. One such example is its partnership with Leica in 2016 to bring better optical and image technologies thereby its flagship P20 pro, which features world’s first triple camera, achieving the highest score of the mobile review from DxOMark.
Similarly, Huawei also partnered with the luxury brand Porsche Design on its Mate Series Porsche Design edition and gained positive feedback from the ultra-high-end market.
The company seems promising in bringing quality products and services to the world via technology and innovation.
Regarding this, Huawei Nepal’s country director, Mr. Zoyas Zhu said, “Huawei made its first step to Nepal 19 years ago with a primary focus on carrier and enterprise business. Today, we are a proud leading company in ICT solution. In 2014, we have officially started our consumer business in the smartphone industry. In a short span of time, we have been able to grow in the market of Nepal and increase our market share as No 2. based on our SO, Sale Out report.”
He also further added, “We are fortunate to have a lot of Huawei fans. Our 2,500 fans are our confidence and a reason to thrive to become better every day. In Nepal, Huawei is already on a track to becoming the number one smartphone company. We promise to continue our sales by strengthening its online and offline distribution channels.”