During the launch event of the Mate 30 series back in September, Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu announced that the a total of 33 million smartphones from the Mate 20 and P30 series have been shipped.
Now, the collective shipment figures of the two smartphone series have soared to 37 million units globally in less than two months. Out of the 37 million smartphones, 17 million comes from the Mate 20 series while another 20 million comes from the P30 series.
Huawei’s success is not limited to the high-end smartphone segment. In fact, their lower-end and mid-ranger smartphone segment have also been doing incredibly well this year. This could be seen from Huawei’s earlier announcement that the company had reached the 200 million milestone 64 days earlier as compared to last year.
For the newly announced Mate 30 series, Huawei’s CEO had previously revealed that he is hoping to ship over 20 million smartphones, despite the ongoing US trade ban.
Although Huawei’s global smartphone shipments have taken a blow as a result of the trade ban, but it may soon be seeing a rebound as the company may be able to restore their business ties with Google soon.