The Huawei Mate 20 series has been a hit, with the firm having shipped more than ten million units since the range launched in November 2018, revealed CEO Richard Yu on March 11. That’s on par with the demand Huawei experienced for the P20, and well ahead of the Mate 10 trio, which took ten months to reach the milestone.
It’s no surprise, either. The five-month-old Huawei Mate 20 Pro was the star of MWC 2019, despite the Galaxy S10 breaking cover less than a week before, earning the title of the Best Smartphone of 2018 and 2019 from several influential publications. It was also named Best Smartphone at the annual GLOMO awards.
Yu said that 2019 will bring new achievements for Huawei, and we don’t doubt that; it’s launching the Mate X, which is both its first foldable and 5G handset in the second half, and is preparing to showcase the P30 series on March 26 — all of which are destined to shatter records and make waves in the smartphone space.