Huawei overtakes Samsung to be No. 1 smartphone player in the world thanks to China as overseas sales drop

July 30, 2020   |   Referencing article published by
Huawei became the biggest smartphone player in the world in the second quarter for the first time with the majority of sales coming from China as its international business suffers due to U.S. sanctions, a new report shows.
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