Numerous attempts to find out whether Huawei could circumvent US sanctions on processor production with the release of the Mate 60 Pro smartphone were summed up in a “rather yes than no” consensus on Monday, and now analysts have rushed to predict how many such smartphones will the company be able to release and implement. The run of 7 to 15 million copies makes you count on the superiority of the Mate 60 Pro over its predecessor.
From the Mate 60 series, which, according to representatives of Counterpoint Research, consists of two models, Huawei Technologies will be able to sell at least 7 million smartphones. They estimate that the latest family will outsell its predecessor, which sold 7 to 9 million copies.
IDC experts add that Huawei will launch about 15 million Mate 60 series smartphones, and that number may increase if demand continues. First batches of the Mate 60 Pro as reported South China tomorrow postsold out very quickly both on online platforms in China and in Huawei-branded physical stores. In the latter case, dozens of people lined up to see the novelty.
For comparison, according to IDC, in the first half of this year, Huawei managed to sell 14.3 million smartphones of various models in China, returning to the top five players in the local market. Huawei’s return to the modern flagship smartphone segment is well timed as it anticipates the announcement of Apple’s iPhone 15 in September.