Huawei Beats its Sales Records in Pakistan with P8

Recently launched Huawei P8 is making the Huawei fans go crazy for the smart phone as the company managed to almost double its sales during the quarter as compared to previous quarter, said a statement issued by the company.

Huawei said that the shipment of Huawei units in Pakistan has reached 500,000 during the ongoing quarter, up from 270K units it shipped in the country during the past quarter.

The dedicated team at Huawei R&D department is putting in all its energy to build devices which cater to the needs of users, belonging to all walks of like. Be it a high-end smart phone or a low-end one, Huawei richly incorporates its devices with latest features and designs and numerous pioneering technologies.

To add to the success of Huawei, its Service Centers also play a great role by providing extra ordinary after sale services and listening to the problems of the customers and resolving their issues at utmost priority which has won over their hearts, said the statement.

The Director Marketing Devices of Huawei Pakistan, Mr. Fanhong Bruce said,” We are extremely delighted with the strong response that we have received from our customers in Pakistan. We assure that Huawei would continue to provide them with excellent devices and services in the coming times as well.”

Huawei P8, the latest launched high end smart phone of Huawei has countless amazing and unique features to offer to its users. This smart phone, since its inception, is giving a tough competition to competitor brands and setting sky rocketed sale records.

  • sad is the fact that in spite of record sale, Huawei has announced to set up its manufacturing unit in Tamil Nadu ,India

    • that’s mostly for Indian market. That initiative has been taken to ensure the availability of Huawei smartphones in India at the same price (almost) as in China. I hope u got my point

  • Admin, do u have any credible sources to confirm this news? Because I haven’t seen a single P-8 among any of my friends circle off lately. Also, you have written “shipments” not sales. That also makes this claim suspicious

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