Only a year ago, Huawei became the first Chinese company to leave all other smartphone manufacturers behind in terms of sales figures, at least for a short time. With a global market share of 20 percent, the company from Shenzhen in southern China had secured the top spot for the first time in the second quarter of 2020 – ahead of Samsung. What happened then is well known: US sanctions hit, and Huawei’s smartphone business collapsed relentlessly.
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