Huawei Announces First Quarter results for 2019. According to the report, CNY 179.7 billion was up 39 percent year on year. The profit margin increased to 8% compared to the same period last year. In the first quarter of 2019, the Huawei Consumer Electronics Group delivered 59 million smartphones.
In 2019, Huawei Announces First Quarter prioritized 5G plans and delivered commercial contracts and shipments of more than 70,000 base stations in many countries. The other two biggest brands in which there is great competition in this regard are Samsung And Apple.
Huawei was the second most successful company after Samsung, leaving behind the Apple brand with its sales in 2018. Among the goals of 2019 is to pass the Samsung to sit in the first place.
Huawei Builds Its Own Operating System
Huawei has been rejecting these claims for some time since it has been reported that he will install his own operating system KirinOS since 2015. Huawei business group CEO Richard Yu said in an interview with a German newspaper that they are ready to set up their own operating system. The main reason for the release of Android in the statement is the possibility of increased US pressures. Yu said that they are preparing their own operating systems and that they can use their own systems if they encounter a problem and cannot use Microsoft and Google systems.
Huawei’s Troubled Process
Huawei mobile marketing has been imposed an embargo by the United States and Great Britain on allegations of espionage. Huawei has been under investigation since 2016 for ignoring US sanctions and embargoes for sales in certain countries.
But these pressures are increasing. One of the reasons for these pressures is Huawei’s expansion of 5G investments. Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO), who was arrested in Canada on charges of breaking the embargo ban in Iran, was released on bail for $ 10 million on bail.
How did it become clear that he had pierced the Iranian embargo? Documentation confirming Huawei’s allegations that the United States violated sanctions against Iran. Skycom Telecom, working with Iran, has been linked to a Syrian holding. In this study, a Huawei employee was assigned to Skycom as an Iranian manager. In addition, three other Chinese people were found to have signature rights for both Huawei and Skycom bank accounts in Iran.