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Huawei’s “Mate 60” series sold 1.6 million units in just six weeks

Apparently selling phones Huawei Mate 60 Pro In about six weeks 1.6 million it is arrived. Huawei’s Mate 60 series has been launched with HarmonyOS operating system and has narrowed the field for competitors.

according to Reuters reportHuawei has managed to counter an 8% decline in smartphone sales and sell 400,000 units in the two weeks since the iPhone 15 was released in China. Considering that the global smartphone market was facing a big drop in sales in the third quarter of the last decade, Huawei was one of the few brands whose sales increased.

The Chinese market is very important for Apple, because Apple sends the largest number of smartphones to China. With the resurgence of Huawei, this market may be at risk for Apple in the near future.

Huawei's "Mate 60" series sold 1.6 million units in just six weeks 2

Apple defeats Huawei’s Mate 60 series

According to previous statistics, iPhone 15 sales for two reasons The popularity of the Mate 60 series And Decrease in consumer demand There has been a significant drop. Compared to the same time period as the release of iPhone 14, the sale of iPhone 15 decreased 4.5 percent It has been seen that this reduction is equivalent to millions of devices due to the size of Chinese buyers. If Huawei doesn’t face any problems in the production of Kirin 9000S chipsets, the situation will probably be much more difficult for companies like Apple.

Huawei in late August (September 1402) phone Mate 60 Pro announced that it uses a domestically-made chip, which many analysts say represents a significant improvement despite years of US sanctions against the company. It remains to be seen whether SMIC (producer of Mate 60 chipsets) can produce more powerful and efficient processors.

Huawei has yet to comment on its recent success. We have to wait for the coming months and the new year and see how Huawei’s sales will go.

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