Market researchers such as Fubon Research and Strategy Analytics expect Huawei's smartphone shipments to decline 4 percent to 24 percent this year if the United States maintains its sanctions on Huawei.
Ming reportedly casted doubt on the group's goal to become the world's leading smartphone seller by 2020, overtaking the likes of Samsung Electronics and Apple, following the US administration's decision to ban the company's products in the American market.
Huawei is reportedly flogging off part of its undersea telecoms cable business, barely six weeks after Australia blocked its attempts to win a major cable contract.
"We are willing to sign a no-spy agreement with the US", The Hill quoted Huawei's Chairman Liang Hua, as saying.
The number of smartphones shipped will reach 1.35 billion, with the decrease being attributed to uncertainties relating USA and China trade talks. More British consumers have been trading in Huawei phones, and United Kingdom phone carriers starting the next-generation of mobile services have cut Huawei's Mate 20 X 5G flagship handset out of their launches.
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This comes after the United States made a decision to ban Huawei from doing business with US-based company and technology.
While there is no doubt that the US government's ban, if imposed, will hurt Huawei in the short term, some experts in China say it might strengthen the company's hand over the long term. There are not many manufacturers who update phones that are two years old to the latest version of Android so when Huawei told me two years ago that they were going to bring more updates to their phones they weren't wrong.
INPHI CORP: The optical communications chipmaker on May 22 lowered its second-quarter earnings forecast based on its understanding of the USA government blacklisting of Huawei, which accounted for 14% of Inphi's http://bit.ly/2HI5GKW sales in 2018.
However, the USA government's crackdown on the company has put the brakes on its strategy to take first place in the smartphone market. Global smartphone shipments are projected to reach 1.35 billion units this year-a 3.1% fall from 2018.
Foxconn is the largest producer not only for Huawei but for Apple.
In a reply, on Friday, a Chinese commerce ministry's spokesperson stated how it was in the process of generating a list of foreign companies, organizations and personal which it thought were untrustworthy.