Huawei Mate 8 Has Already Sold More Than A Million Units
Huawei Mate 8 might be a huge smartphone, but that has not stopped it from being a problem for several consumers out there as the phablet sized handset has done immensely well, considering that it was announced not so long ago.
Huawei Mate 8 Garners More Than A Million Unit Sales – Chances To Be Released Globally Looking Very Bright Indeed
Huawei’s CEO, Yu Chengdong, has stated that over a million units of the smartphone have already been sold in China. With its impressive specifications and its huge screen size, it comes as no surprise that Huawei Mate 8 is a device that would be coveted by Android handset enthusiasts. While the price of the device is on the higher side of things, the internals and the overall design and aesthetics pretty much make up what you will end up paying for the smartphone. Now even though the device has done really well, we are not sure how well P9, the company’s upcoming handset, is going to perform once it has been officially announced.
We did report that that upcoming smartphone could be launched in three variants and would sport more RAM than a laptop, but we are not sure if these would eventually become the primary selling points of the Android powered handset, considering that having 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM is already a mouthful for some consumers out there. If you think about it, Huawei Mate 8 and P9 are powered by the same SoC, Kirin 950, meaning performance across the board is going to be maintained if you remove the extra amount of RAM out of the equation. So how exactly do we believe that the device is going to do well once it is officially announced?
Well, for starters, Huawei P9 is most likely going to be sold in three variants, and just like its predecessor, P8, it will cater to a whole class of consumers in both screen size, and battery life and pricing. The Chinese manufacturer will have to make sure that it follows an effective pricing strategy otherwise we could be seeing the exact opposite sales results from the upcoming handset. Regardless, we have faith in Huawei and its strategy in overtaking Samsung as the number one Android smartphone manufacturer in the world.
Now for the other question; if Huawei Mate 8 ends up coming to the United States, would you consider purchasing one? Let us know your thoughts right away.