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Huawei Global Analyst Summit: Day 2

by Neil Mawston | 4月 24, 2013

Our Wireless Device Strategies (WDS) team is proud to attend Huawei's 10th Global Analyst Summit in China between Tuesday 23rd to Thursday 25th April, 2013.

Huawei is outlining over three days its worldwide strategy for mobile devices, services, enterprises and networks in 2013.

Our summarized findings from Day One (Tuesday) can be viewed here.

These are three of our top findings from Day Two (Wednesday):

1. Huawei was the world's third largest smartphone vendor in Q4 2012 and it aims to build on that success with upgraded smartphone models, like the Ascend P2, in 2013;

2. Huawei's tablet strategy has historically focused on global operator channels. There will be an expansion to more open-retail channels, including online, in 2013;

3. The Emotion UI -- Huawei's own user-interface sitting on top of Android -- will eventually be standardized and unified across small, mid and big screens, from the phone to the set-top-box. This is encouraging for the company, as it will control costs and improve the user-experience.

More analysis from Day Three to follow on Thursday.

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