Huawei braces for massive drop in international sales
China’s largest technology company is reported to be crunching internal estimates and exploring options including pulling the latest model of its marquee overseas label, the Honor 20
China’s largest technology company is crunching internal estimates and exploring options including pulling the latest model of its marquee overseas label, the Honor 20, according to people familiar with the matter. The device begins selling in parts of Europe, including France and the UK, on June 21 but executives are monitoring the launch and may cut off shipments if it sells poorly as expected, they said.
Already, two of France’s largest carriers aren’t bothering with...
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