Fast Technology May 22 news, although there is no 5G plus, but Huawei mobile phones are still popular, such as ten thousand yuan folding screen X3 even hot to add a single.
The latest news from cteenews,Huawei has raised its full-year 2023 shipment target by 8.11% to 40 million units, up from 37 million previously.
For this move,Huawei is also the only handset maker to have raised its shipping target so far, as everyone else is cutting orders, even Apple.
There is news that almost every month this year has been reduced the number of shipments. Supply chain sources say they are trying to determine why Huawei raised its shipping target. The report stressed that other handset brands are not in a position to follow Huawei's upward target, at least not in the short term.
In fact, it was previously reported that Huawei had significantly increased component orders for its foldable smartphone, with related shipments expected to more than double previous estimates.
According to supply chain sources, Huawei has revised its shipping target for Mate X3 to more than 3 million units from 1.47 million units previously.
Huawei hasn't given a shipment estimate for the upcoming foldable model in the second half of the year, but industry insiders say strong demand for the Mate X3 will lead to a significant increase in its overall foldable phone shipments this year.
In fact, the Mate X3 has been well received since its launch in March. The Mate X3 only weighs 239g and is 5.3mm thick when unfolded, so even though it is expensive, many users still want to buy it.
Earlier, statistics agency Omdia released its report on the global smartphone market in the first quarter of this year. In the quarter, overall global smartphone shipments fell 12.7 percent year-on-year and 11.1 percent quarter-on-quarter. In terms of manufacturers, among the TOP10, only Huawei saw a significant increase in shipments, with an increase of 14.3% and a shipment share of 2%, with a shipment of 6.5 million units.
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