Huawei launched new products including flagship smartphones, foldable smartphones, an entry-level smartphone, smart watches, headphones, a tablet, laptops and a new commercial brand.
MWC 2023 came to an end on March 2. Global consumer electronics companies showcased their products at the event, including Huawei, Honor, Xiaomi, and other Chinese companies in the mobile communication industry.
On December 30, Eric Xu, the rotating chairman of Huawei, predicted in his New Year speech that Huawei would achieve an annual revenue of 636.9 billion yuan ($92 billion), which is in line with forecasts.
On December 9, Chinese telecommunications conglomerate Huawei and smartphone maker OPPO announced the signing of a global patent cross-licensing agreement covering cellular standard essential patents such as for 5G.
News emerged in recent days that Huawei's Kirin chipsets, which have been stalled due to sanctions imposed by the US Department of Commerce, may stage a comeback next year. Given existing restrictions, however, the new chips are likely to be positioned as mid-end. Regarding the matter, Huawei responded on November 7, stating that the reports are untrue.
Chinese tech giant Huawei held a launch event on November 2 during which it released its foldable Pocket S smartphone, equipped with a 40MP main camera and HarmonyOS 3.0. The event also saw the unveiling of the Huawei WATCH GT Cyber, a new generation of all-in-one MateStation X, and other products.
Chinese telecoms and consumer electronics giant Huawei unveiled a new budget smartphone model called the nova Y61 for the global market on November 1.
Huawei announced on October 31 that its Mate Xs 2 folding smartphone launched in April will support Beidou satellite communications. When implemented, the model will become the world's first foldable smartphone to support this convenient function.
Huawei released a new court notice on October 26 involving a dispute over the alleged infringement of invention patent rights. The defendants include Amazon and two of its subsidiaries.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has announced that it will hold a new product launch conference on November 2, during which its second vertically foldable smartphone, Pocket S, will officially debut.
In 2019, Huawei set up Shenzhen Hubble Technology Investment Partnership, an investment company which, to date, has invested in seven semiconductor companies that have gone on to be publicly listed.
On September 23, Chinese auto maker and Huawei's vehicle manufacturing partner Seres said on an investor interaction platform that it is working with CATL on the new M3P battery.
The Huawei Mate 50 smartphone series was officially launched in China on September 21. Supply is tight at present, making it difficult to meet the demand of all consumers.
The "Huawei P50 Pocket new" foldable smartphone is expected to be released soon, and the model will be equipped with Huawei's XMAGE imaging brand and HarmonyOS 3.0.
Huawei Smart Selection partner SERES has kicked off construction of its third factory. The new facility is named "SE Project of Liangjiang New Area," spanning about 700,000 square meters in the southwestern city of Chongqing.
On September 6, Chinese smart device manufacturer Huawei quietly launched a new budget smartphone, nova 11z, in China.
Chinese tech giant Huawei announced on September 6 that its new Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro products are the world's first consumer smartphones to support Beidou satellite connectivity.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's Consumer BG, released the AITO M5 EV, the first pure electric vehicle model from the AITO brand.
Huawei unveiled its highly anticipated Mate 50 smartphone series on September 6. The series is made up of four different models, including the Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, Mate 50 E and Mate 50 RS.
Richard Yu, the executive director of Huawei and CEO of its Terminal Business Group, said on September 2 in an official video interview that the firm is about to release a new technology that will "pierce the sky."