Huawei P8lite Shipments Crossed 10 Million Mark In 9 Months

Posted: Feb 9 2016, 10:00pm CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
Huawei P8lite Shipments Crossed 10 Million Mark In 9 Months

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Huawei P8lite instantly became popular among masses.

As soon as the Smartphone was released, the sales shot up. Now, we finally have proof of P8lite’s popularity too.

Huawei has now announced that it has shipped over 10 million units of its P8lite smartphone since its launch in spring last year.

The company also stated that the Huawei Smartphone in discussion is the most powerful and successful Smartphone not only in China, but it strived well in other parts of the world too.

It should also be noted that Huawei P8lite will be getting an Android 6.0 Marshmallow update very soon.

The Huawei press release also unveiled that the global sales of the overall P8 lineup; P8, P8lite, and P8max; has also crossed 16 million units shipment.

The press release further noted that the company’s 2016’s monthly shipments are around a whopping 12 million units.

The figure of this month is quite impressive. The statistic has a year-on-year increase of around 93%.

Huawei also stated that the company has been shipping around 10 million smartphone units every month since October 2015.

It means that the company has crossed a 100 million mark over the previous year.

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