According to the director of Huawei Angola, James Yang, the Chinese telecommunications group has achieved a 42% share of the mobile phone market in Angola. This information was given to the press during the presentation in Luanda of the new Huawei Ascend P7 smartphone.
After declaring that Huawei is now the world’s third largest mobile phone manufacturer, James Yang revealed that the brand has sold in Angola mobile devices worth a total of $1.2 billion dollars, during the eight years it has been present in the Angolan market.
“Our sales are an evidence of the recognition of our brand, which is increasingly expanding in important regions such as China, Western Europe and Africa,” James Yang declared.
Ascend P7 units will cost 70,000 kwanzas (US$687) in Angola.