The immense popularity of the iPhone 12 series means that even Apples smartphone rivals CEO would have to speak some form of praise about it. According to the latest report, Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei, states that Apple’s latest flagship lineup is the best in the world right now.
Ren Zhengfei spoke out on the U.S.-China tech war and talked about Apple, using the company and its iPhone 12 line as a reference point to show how advanced Huaweis 5G networks are.
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We support the progress made by Apple’s iPhone 12. [which] has been able to achieve download speeds of 1.82 Gbps, making it the best in the world We helped build the best 5G networks in many cities around the world: Berlin, Munich, Madrid, Zurich, Geneva, Amsterdam, Vienna, Barcelona, Seoul, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Riyadh Our networks in Europe top global network performance tests.
He also stated how the adoption rate of the iPhone 12 can help offset the deleterious effects of the sanctions placed on Huawei.
High-end customers in Europe love Apple. Since [Huawei] doesnt have premium handsets any more, Apples phones have helped us prove that Huaweis 5G technology is the best. We think our new business development can offset the decrease in revenue in our smartphone business this year.
Despite the setback on Huawei due to the U.S. sanctions, the company reportedly posted a record revenue of $136.7 billion USD. However, it should be noted that while the telecoms giants annual profit rose more than 10 percent to $9.9 billion USD, its year-on-year growth rate dropped to around 11 percent. While the revenue figures appear impressive, Huaweis smartphone sales are plummeting, and there are talks of the company selling its Mate and P-series, which is the technology giants flagship range.
Huawei has officially sold its Honor brand too, but its still on track to release its P50 series soon. For the time being, Huawei isnt calling it quits on the smartphone business, but unless those sanctions are lifted, there isnt anything else the company can do except enjoy its ongoing success in China, where Google services are banned.
News Source: South China Morning Post

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