Why Huawei Is Gaining Popularity in South Africa?

Huawei P20 Pro found strong demand in the premium phone segment as P20 Series has exceeded 6 million phones shipped worldwide; just a few months after its launch.

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Newly launched Huawei P20 Pro smartphone from Karlis Dambrans/Shutterstock
Newly launched Huawei P20 Pro smartphone from Karlis Dambrans/Shutterstock

The popularity of Huawei smartphones, especially P20, is gaining traction in South Africa.

According to the GFK May 2018 report, Huawei CBG market share in the Middle East and Africa is 21%, an increase of 31.25% when compared with the brand’s market share in December 2017.

Huawei’s market share across countries in the Middle East and Africa region exceeds 20%.

Huawei’s market share in the flagship segment in South Africa has grown by 100% year-on-year this is directly attributed to the incredible P20 series performance in the country.

South Africa remains one of the top performing countries globally within Huawei Consumer Business Group.

Huawei logo. astudio / Shutterstock.com
Huawei logo. astudio / Shutterstock.com

Huawei leads Artificial Intelligence (AI) chipsets in the smartphone industry and had launched the world’s first processor with built-in AI chipset – Kirin 970 in its smartphones.

Its breakthrough flagship phone HUAWEI P20 Pro introduced an unprecedented 40-megapixel AI triple camera with stunning night shot photography features.

Huawei P20 Pro found strong demand in the premium phone segment as P20 Series has exceeded 6 million phones shipped worldwide; just a few months after its launch.

The company recently announced that it was placed in Forbes’ Most Valuable Brands for the second year in the row and is the only Chinese company on the list for 2018.

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