Huawei will be bringing in tablets and phones based on the Windows platform. Rumors on this are currently making the rounds all over the web.
Huawei is aiming to increase its reach among the gadget community with a new set of devices.
Earlier, we heard reports suggesting that the Chinese telecommunication major was planning to colossally increase their share in high-end phone market.
As if confirming the reports, Huawei’s top executives have also hinted that they will be focusing more on selling phones under the company brand.
As of now, Huawei tablets running Windows 8 and high-end phones running Windows Phone 8 are set to make their debut, and it will be interesting to see the Chinese manufacturer going all out for Windows than its regular Android based devices. The company has appointed around 70 engineers to design the Windows devices.
Huawei plans to increase smartphone production to 50-60 million a year, which will be a huge jump from its 20 million units last year and 3 million in 2010. It is also very much aware of the importance of marketing, and has devised a $200 million advertising strategy to popularize the brand name.
We just hope Huawei will add to the competition in this sector. What is your take on this?