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Marina Koytcheva - CCS Insight
We see China playing a far more influential role in 5G than it did in 4G. Size, scale and economic growth give China an obvious head start, but we expect network deployments to be much faster than in the early days of 4G. China will dominate 5G thanks to its political ambition to lead technology development, the inexorable rise of local manufacturer Huawei and the breakneck speed at which consumers have upgraded to 4G connections in the recent
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Oct 18 2017
Multiple people spoke about Huawei in the news. We gather all their quotes on this page, an easy way to see all views about this topic at a glance. To go deeper, all quotes are redirected to the article from which they come. Richard Yu is the person who had the greatest number of quotes. The most recent one of them is: “As we look to the future of smartphones, we're at the threshold of an exciting new era. Mobile AI = On-Device AI + Cloud AI. Huawei is committed to developing smart devices into intelligent devices by building end-to-end capabilities that support coordinated development of chips, devices, and the cloud. The ultimate goal is to provide a significantly better user experience. The Kirin 970 is the first in a series of new advances that will bring powerful AI features to our devices and take them beyond the competition.”.
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Richard Yu

As we look to the future of smartphones, we're at the threshold of an exciting new era. Mobile AI = On-Device AI + Cloud AI. Huawei is committed to developing smart devices into intelligent devices by building end-to-end capabilities that support coordinated development of chips, devices, and the cloud. The ultimate goal is to provide a significantly better user experience. The Kirin 970 is the first in a series of new advances that will bring powerful AI features to our devices and take them beyond the

Richard Wu - Huawei Technologies

Compared with Samsung and Apple, we have advantages. Users are in for much faster (feature) performance, longer battery life and more compact

Ben Wood - CCS Insight

The Nokia 8 is an extremely important product for HMD Global: its first attempt to move into the more lucrative, higher-tier smartphone segment, a notoriously challenging part of the market dominated by Apple and Samsung. The company will be hoping that the widely recognised Nokia brand will help it stand out from rivals such as HTC, Huawei, LG and Sony, which are also trying to compete with Apple and

Richard Yu

Our Consumer Business Group continued to deliver extraordinary growth, beating the industry average and penetrating high-end markets around the globe. This ongoing growth is testament to the strength of the Huawei brand and the momentum we've built through delivering premium, market-redefining devices that resonate with today's discerning

Richard Yu

Huawei has even more powerful products. Our strategy: bring smart life to the consumers, when you're walking, living, traveling, when you exercise. No matter in which scenario, Huawei can always help you with that – a seamless smart

Richard Yu

Everybody knows that profit is on high tier, low tier no profit, and the middle tier very few margin (cld cut this part of quote if you think too long) ... to be honest, we have no interest in the low

Richard Yu

Rome was not built in a day; everything you have to do it step by step. And the U.S. will be our next step ... they need a better product, also better innovation from better vendors, from

Richard Yu

You should have leading technology, better innovation, better experience ... sustainable growth is from continued investment. We want to

Richard Yu

We're more focused on developed countries, instead of developing

Mo Jia - Canalys

The U.S. is a must-have. Only by obtain[ing] a sound presence in the U.S., Huawei could have the chance to claim its crown in the global smartphone

Alex Lambrechts

When you take a selfie, you raise a question, you send a

Walter Ji - Huawei Technologies

We have (developed) a new technology with 360 degree face recognition which allows the smartphone to capture all the details surrounding your

Nigel Hurst

93 millions selfies are taken every day, I believe, so it's very much part of the world in which we live, our contemporary visual landscape, and we wanted to make an exhibition about that. From Selfie to Self-expression' is the world's first exhibition that explores the history of the

Walter Ji - Huawei Technologies

You see the photo of this face here is very high

Wan Biao - Huawei Technologies

Whenever Huawei decides to enter an area, make a product, our target is always to be a global leader. I think this comes from Huawei's unswerving input in R&D, and our innovation capabilities. I think these has already been proven in our smartphone

Shawn Harrison

There is no doubt that the iPhone is not selling well in China currently. Domestic [manufacturers] are taking share, particularly Huawei. However, many people are waiting for the new

Anshul Gupta - Gartner

Although Samsung announced that preorders for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are up 30 percent year over year, the absence of an alternative to Note 7 and the fierce competition in the basic smartphone segment are leading Samsung to continuously lose market share. Sales of iPhones were flat, which led to a drop in market share year over year. Similar to Samsung, Apple is increasingly facing fierce competition from Chinese brands Oppo and Vivo, among others, and its performance in China is under

Tarun Pathak - Counterpoint Research

We can expect [Oppo, Huawei and Vivo] also to go very, very aggressively into the services sector in the coming years which could affect

Mo Jia - Canalys

It's rare for companies to tout such specific details of flash memory, which is almost unnoticeable for ordinary

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

Much of the future growth for ams AG is centered on the combination of unit and $ content opportunities on a range of leading consumer smartphone platforms, with ams well positioned across the three leading vendors Apple, Samsung and Huawei, but it is not the only growth

Eric Xu - Huawei Technologies

I believe we can build upon our advantages accumulated over the years. Compete and coexist with AWS and Microsoft, I believe that is the trend we are going to see. Our strategic focus will be on our telecom partners' cloud

Zheng Yelai

We used to focus on private cloud and did well. Now the purpose is to strengthen our public cloud

Pat Treacy - Bristows

This is a ground-breaking judgment. It gives guidance to companies about how they should set the terms of these

Brian White - Drexel Hamilton

I do expect the Chinese to knock off Samsung and that's probably going to be Huawei. I see it as a Huawei-Apple fight in the future, Samsung and probably some smaller competitors underneath them. Over the next three to five years some smartphone handset makers will go by the

Nicole Peng - Canalys

Fast revenue growth doesn't mean direct contributions to

Hans Tung - GGV Capital

It is very difficult to come up with a phone that will wow consumers greatly. A company like Apple that makes the hardware software together can really differentiate, Samsung cannot. If all this is not seamlessly integrated, you will not offer a superior consumer experience and that's what we need to look for from all these phone companies right

Yossi Vardi

We know ... Chinese companies outside like Alibaba and Huawei. Wait a few years and you will see hundreds of Alibaba's and Huawei's after they finished to exploit the local market and they turn into the international market we are going to see something which really will be

Yossi Vardi

When you look at China today, it's not what you saw in China three or five or 10 years ago. These people are able to come with products, with innovation and creating products which are better than the West in some

Martin Sorrell

A lot of Chinese companies now are expanding abroad. Huawei is a very strong example of that, Lenovo is another. These are all companies that are building businesses abroad and you see two different strategies – one, a very diversified (strategy) like a Fosun or a Wanda, which probably is lacking a bit of

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

As the Chinese market peaks and organic growth becomes harder, these brands may consider takeovers as the fastest way to speed up their expansion. At some point, either Huawei, Vivo or Oppo may come to the point where buying an existing international brand is their best way to

Lei Jun - Xiaomi

The ability to create its own chipsets is the pinnacle achievement for any smartphone

Linda Sui - Strategy Analytics

We don't expect Huawei will easily regain No. 1 position in 2017 in China market, mainly due to less-developed distribution channel in low tier cities and rural

Richard Yu

It is still profitable but the profit margin is very low. In marketing, we will control our budget. We are not spending too much on marketing and branding. We invest more money on technology and innovation, and in retail and

Ben Wood - CCS Insight

The P10 is an even more refined flagship smartphone for Huawei and builds on the P9 which was a pivotal device in establishing Huawei as a credible high end phone maker. It is clear that Huawei has huge ambitions and this device coupled with other devices such as the Mate 9 will certainly help cement its position as the clear number 3 in the smartphone

Ben Wood - CCS Insight

Huawei is having another roll of the dice with its latest Android Wear powered smartwatches and although they are an improvement over its first device the broader category still appears to be offering a solution for a problem that does not really

Anshul Gupta - Gartner

Huawei is poised to reduce the gap further with the No. 2 global smartphone

Rajeev Suri

We continue to expect our performance to improve in 2017 and see the potential for margin expansion in 2017 and beyond, as market conditions improve and our sales transformation programs gain further traction. Our plan is to make the most of the market this year, be efficient, maintain our pricing discipline, ensure our synergies happen and we get the cost reductions. Nokia is not Ericsson. They are in crisis. We outperformed them in every

Neil Shah - Apple

If Xiaomi's performance remained good in China, they would have still grown year-over-year. But that was not the case. Oppo, Vivo and Huawei in 2016 left Xiaomi behind. Their global growth was curtailed and they didn't expand in newer

Bob O'Donnell

By having options for both, they can cover the full potential

Erik Hermanson - ASUSteK Computer

This is the next wave of technology that is really going to get consumers excited about

Amit Singh - Google

We are waiting for app developers to really use the platform for what it's

Richard Yu

Our company is a different management style than other companies. We call it collective wisdom. We are not only diligent…we are also

Richard Yu

We never hide our ambition. We have a vision to make the world's best

Neil Shah - Apple

Samsung is the next brand which will face the Chinese onslaught in the India market. In Western Europe, Huawei has been growing very fast. Huawei is taking away share. If Samsung loses market share in a high volume market like India quickly, then overall market share will decline because it will be more dependent on Western mature markets like U.S. which is more carrier

Linda Sui - Strategy Analytics

Three of the world's top four most profitable smartphone vendors are currently Chinese. Huawei, Vivo and Oppo have not only improved their smartphone product line-ups this year, they have also enhanced their operational abilities and kept a tight lid on expanding distribution

Linda Sui - Strategy Analytics

Apple's ability to maximize pricing and minimize production cost is hugely impressive and the iPhone continues to generate monster profits, Huawei, Vivo and OPPO are the next three most profitable smartphone vendors globally this quarter, but they are still a long way behind

Minh Tran - Lenovo Group

Chinese companies, such as Alibaba and Huawei, that are looking to operate abroad or attract foreign capital are expecting higher English proficiency levels from their

Richard Yu

We are going to take them [Apple] step-by-step, innovation-by-innovation. There will be more opportunities. Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality. It is like driving a car. At every curve or turn, there is an opportunity to overtake the

Richard Yu

When we announced four years ago that we wanted to sell phones, people told us we were crazy. When we said we wanted to sell 100 million phones, they told us we were

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

Huawei is coming under intense pressure at home in China as (lower end manufacturers) OPPO and Vivo offer similar phones at better price points. The Mate 9 will help alleviate some of that

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

We're in a mature phase of the smartphone market, now only incremental changes are being

Roberta Cozza - Gartner

Just the device is no longer enough. AI and voice control will be main features on smartphones in the coming

Ken Hu

We do not expect future technology to look, sound and feel as it does now … Smart technology, as well as cloud and AI have begun to merge so what we'll see in the future may be entirely different from what we have

Ken Hu

If the problems of our competitors result in an increase in our sales, it's a good thing for us, But we're more concerned about providing more reliable

Ken Hu

We have our sights on the global market. China will make up a substantial portion but we're focused on global

Patrick Moorhead

It's even more important in China for Samsung to repair its credibility, because there are so many Chinese alternatives like Huawei, Oppo and Lenovo. Samsung needs to quickly tell Chinese consumers what happened, when it happened, why it happened and why they should trust the

Anshul Gupta - Gartner

The vendor ecosystem in India is not as strong as it is in China. A lot of things still need to be imported from China when it comes to things like electronic components, batteries, display or others, but I am sure as the market progresses, we will start to see true manufacturing happening here in

Jay Chen

The start of manufacturing in India is an affirmation of our commitment to India. We are convinced about the growth potential and future of India and we'll keep looking for opportunities to increase our presence

Peter Lundkvist

Hopefully, Guinness (World Records) will accept this as a world record in highest smartphone

Ian Fogg - IHS

Huawei want to position themselves as a premium brand because they want the margins that will give them. But what they want to do is establish that premium brand not just to sell high-end smartphones, but mid range smartphones with higher

Daniel Gleeson - IHS

Those mid-range devices are becoming capable and they are replacing some sales of high-end devices so you do get some customers moving down to that mid-tier so there is a definite market for these kinds of

Amir Tamannai

I think the optimisations we can expect in the next years, and we hope for, are more like more battery life, and probably better cameras and better fingerprint sensors and the more efficient use of a fingerprint sensor. In any way, the more efficient use of the hardware and of the possibilities of a

Patrick Moorhead

China was a major letdown and I'm anxious to get more details as to what drove the declines. Samsung and Huawei are much more competitive now than a year ago and the Chinese economy is not doing well at

Richard Yu

We saw particularly fast growth in traditionally high-end smartphone markets such as Europe and emerging markets including North Africa, Central Asia and Latin

Sabrina Meng - Huawei Technologies

We achieved steady growth across all three of our business groups, thanks to a well-balanced global presence and an unwavering focus on our pipe strategy. We are confident that Huawei will maintain its current momentum and round out the full year in a positive financial position backed by sound ongoing

Lee Do-hoon

Huawei might also be trying to create some noise marketing for

Lee Do-hoon

If you look at the patent battle with Apple and Samsung … it ultimately created a lot of benefits for Samsung in a kind of an

Linda Sui - Strategy Analytics

China smartphone shipments declined 5 percent annually from 109.8 million units in Q1 2015 to 104.9 million in Q1 2016. China smartphone growth is slowing due to market saturation, inventory build and economic headwinds. Despite the slowdown, China remains by far the world's largest smartphone market, accounting for nearly 1 in 3 of all 334.6 million smartphones shipped globally this

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

There are signs that Huawei's growth in the high-end segment is now starting to slow, as several major rivals like OPPO and Vivo are fighting

Guo Ping - Huawei Technologies

Huawei owes its long-term growth to the sheer size of the ICT market, which is the driving force of digital economies around the world. However, our growth is also a direct result of strategic focus and heavy investment in our core

Sabring Meng - Huawei Technologies

We wrapped up 2015 in a robust financial position, with stable cash flow from operating activities, increased cash availability, and effective risk control. In 2016, we will continue to focus on our pipe strategy, staying customer-centric in all we do. We will press ahead with management transformation projects to better prepare ourselves for the future, and continue boosting the efficiency of our operations to ensure sustainable

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

Apple and Samsung are still in the lead but we are seeing more competition from the Chinese brands like Huawei, like ZTE, like TCL Alcatel – and competition is getting extremely

Tina Tsai - Huawei Technologies

The first part is innovations. We have invested, I think, last year more than $9 billion (8.16 billion euros) on R&D. In Europe, for instance, we have more than 15,000 people working only on R&

Gianfranco Lanci

There is room for everyone, space for everyone. No

Richard Yu

Tim Cook spoke up for that (privacy) ... for us it is really very important. I think it's good letting the government understand why we cannot do some things. There are some things we can do, but there are some things we cannot

Richard Yu

Some things the government requires from vendors we cannot do. These are important things for the consumer, for privacy

Richard Yu

It is very important, we agree with that. Privacy protection is very important for Huawei, we put a lot of investment into privacy, and security protection is key, it is very important for the

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

Huawei has grown relatively well in the consumer segment and now they are moving upstream into the prosumer and corporate market, they are upscaling pricing and the customers they

Colin Giles - Huawei Technologies

Where there is a trend towards higher usage of the cloud and connectivity between devices, we believe with the range of products we have we will be able to create an ecosystem that will work around the portfolio of devices we

Amir Tamannai

Huawei will go and throw some interesting new devices and competitively priced devices again to European and International markets. Sony will present their line-up of new smartphones consisting of the Xperia Z5 and the Xperia Z5 compact, also two very interesting smartphones. There is a small chance that Samsung could announce its Note 5 phablet, which they formally announced only for North America and Asia, for Europe

Gabriele Di Matteo

As we know, the Chinese have been copying products for years. Then, at some point, they started buying companies in the West and have invested billions of dollars into research and development. Today, they are able to make devices that are very competitive price-wise and that have a very high intrinsic

Gabriele Di Matteo

Huawei has launched a smartphone – the Mate7. It is equipped with an integrated fingerprint recognition mechanism. Its 360 degree scanner can read your fingerprint at any angle, even if your finger is wet – which can happen, especially in the summertime – it has no problem recognising

Patrick Povel

The Galaxy Note 4 has an extra-large screen, (which is great because you can run for example two applications at the same time. So you can, for example, copy pictures straight to the

Patrick Povel

Further we have the pen which is perfect for example for taking notes. You can convert the Note into a virtual reality glass. You can watch movies, you can go to different worlds, you can play games. Finally we have the Galaxy Edge, which has a curved display at the edge, where you can have separate information, you can have your favourite applications here and you can use this to additionally operate this

Robbert de Graaf

I cannot, of course, tell you about other strategies, I can only talk about Huawei's strategy. We took the strategic decision, two years ago, to enter the consumers business. We are very big in building networks across the world. We are leveraging the technology we have in house in our consumer products, because we are very confident, that, if we do that, our products will perform better than our

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