Although the Chinese smartphone market is shrinking, Huawei's share grew by roughly 10 points from a year earlier, putting the manufacturer in the lead at home. It is quite interesting to see that Huawei's smartphone business is still hanging on.
Of course, Huawei isn't just a smartphone company and the issues it's facing with the US government are tied to its dominant networking business, not smartphones.
Huawei is the world's biggest maker of telecom network equipment and the second-largest smartphone maker.
Huawei's high-end devices, priced at over 4,000 yuan, did particularly well.
Still, growth in the third quarter slowed from the 39 per cent increase the company reported in the first quarter.
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In July the vendor said that it faces "difficulties ahead" as result of its tussle with America and the US-China trade war, estimating that the political unrest could cost it around $30m in annual revenue.
Huawei is still on shaky ground in the U.S., but that hasn't stopped the embattled Chinese phone maker from shipping 185 million phones in the first three quarters of 2019.
The U.S. government alleges Huawei is a national security risk as its equipment could be used by Beijing to spy. In addition, more than 700 cities and 220 Fortune 500 companies have partnered with Huawei for its Horizon Digital Platform.
Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and other USA allies have already moved to block Huawei from accessing their networks, while the United Kingdom has had a political debate over the inclusion of the company in the wake of the rollout of 5G technology.
Still, promotions and patriotic purchases have driven Huawei's smartphone sales in China - surging by a almost a third compared to a record high in the June quarter - helping it more than offset a shipments slump in the global market.