In March of this year, we got to know the new trio of attack to the Android market of Huawei. The Huawei P20, P20 Pro and P20 Lite are the latest equipment to bear the company brand which is already one of the most popular worldwide.
Like all those before them, it was with great expectation that the market awaited its presentation. Even more when we had the indication that this could be the first smartphone in the world to have three cameras.
And so it was. As the rumors predicted, the Huawei P20 Pro set a new level in the photographic segment. This is the first smartphone to have three lenses on its back.
Set that earned him the first place in the mobile ranking of DxOMark. With 109 points collected, this is currently one of the most recommended equipment for photography.
The Huawei P20 family continues to set sales records
All this is very promising, but that’s not what companies stand for. All the money spent on research and development of these trumps must have its return. This will only be achieved if the smartphone sells.
And as you’d expect, the Huawei P20 family is selling well across the globe. To be more specific, this trio has sold 6 million copies only in its first three months of sale.
This data was revealed by the head of the Huawei smartphone department, Kevin Ho. Statements made in the context of the Consumer Electronics Show Asia taking place in Shanghai, China.
This represents an increase of 81% when compared to the same period of sales of Huawei P10. These sold only 3.3 million units in their first three months of sale.
Although we know the total sales of this trio in this period we do not know how they distribute these 6 million copies. It has, however, been mentioned in the past that the Huawei P20 Pro will be a hit in Western Europe.
The first smartphone with a triple camera will have contributed to a growth of 316% of sales in this market. It would have even been its triple setting and its new Twilight colour the most eye-catching of this equipment.
Looking further into the future, Mr. Ho said that we will have news of your company before 2018. A clear allusion to the upcoming Huawei Mate 20, which are expected to be unveiled further there by next October.