Huawei Terms Samsung’s Trade-In Programe a Pathetic Stunt

Huawei has directly responded to the Samsung’s Trade-In program by calling it a market stunt. By referring to Samsung’s outlook for 2016 as a tough year both with-in Pakistan and internationally, Huawei said that its actually Samsung’s fear of losing market share to Hauwei that it introduced a so-called Trade-In programe.

Huawei said that it shipped over 200 million smartphones during 2015 and subsequently called it a year of smartphones. During next two years, a Huawei press statement said, company is aiming to hit the revenue target of US 1-2 billion dollars in Pakistan only.

With the start of 2016 Huawei announced its high-tech smart phone Mate 8 to be launched in Pakistan that will be, further, followed by a wide range of exciting Huawei smart technology products.

Unlike Samsung and Apple, Huawei said that it expects to grow the business remarkably positive. “This has literally left Samsung in hot waters because Huawei is on its marks to take-over the title of 2nd largest global technology manufacturer in the world”, said the press release issued by the company.

“Subsequently in a pathetically hilarious attempt to counter the emerging technology giant, Samsung has come up with an offer of Trade-In option”, further said the statement.

Hauwei said that Samsung launched its offer at a time when Huawei is about to launch all new flagship smart phone Huawei Mate 8. “However, Samsung has underestimated the real time champ of the technology world. Because in just a few days Huawei Mate 8 pre-bookings crossed 500 orders and consumers are eagerly waiting to get this high technology product without any delay”, said the company.

Responding to Samsung’s Trade-in feat Huawei asked the shaky competitor to focus on the technology products and consumer satisfaction at heart. Technology giant Huawei also told the competitor to not to lose patience and avoid repeating laughable tactics to keep it alive in the market.

Huawei Mate 8 will be launched on 31st of January amid glamorous event in Karachi. Heartthrob celebs of entertainment fraternity, VIPs for the technology world, famous media persons, business and technology analysts and of course icons of the fashion industry will join the launch event alongside Huawei high profile officials and brand Ambassadors.

Rumors are there that the Technology Giant Huawei may invite the competitors as well to witness the glory of consumer response at the launch event.


  • Usman

    Awesome to see this type of competition picking up in Pakistan! My request to huawei plz setup an assembling plant in Pakistan it’ll lower prices and even increase competition more!

  • NotSamsung

    Paid press release, sugar coated as an article; projecting Huawei as a person, without citing any spokesperson.

    Pathetic!

    • iqsoft

      Totally agree! And Huawei is CRAP! Can never match Samsung!!!!

  • aftab minhas

    I m fully satisfied and happy customer of huawei. Amazing performer fones with low price tag.

    • KMQ

      bas software updates bhi ajaten in phones ki tu kia hi baat hoti, hai na?

  • Imran

    This ladies and gentlemen is why u start a blog. U get paid to write an advertisement in the guise of news.. Pathetic.

    • aamir7

      Sir, We don’t charge for content. I have said this before. Above is a press statement issued by Huawei. If you have issues with it, send us your official stance and we publish it. Saying it paid content won’t help.

      • Can you provide a link to the press release?

        • aamir7

          Press release humhain email main ati hay sir jo app uper publish hoi daikh rahay hain.

        • I have read somewhat similar “Press Releases” from Huawei on a couple of other blogs. Seems like they are intentionally targeting Samsung by writing such sick scripts.

  • Eye Watch

    The statement itself is quite pathetic on Huawei’s end, they could do better than this.

  • Muhammad Saeed

    500 orders? wow

  • Potato

    Pretty sure Huawei has shipped 100M smartphones in 2015, not 200M.

  • I don’t like Android, they don’t get updates and are of low quality

    • Taha Najam

      Most people have a love hate relationship with Android. They hate it, but still must use it despite all its faults because there’s no other alternative out there for powerusers.

      • Rizwan Yaqoob

        Android and Power are two opposite words. Better to use it with Apple!

        • Atif

          you’re high! buddy
          haha nice joke power user + apple
          hilarious

        • Taha Najam

          Lol power = power user. For a power user, even a $5 Raspberry pi is more useful because it can act as a complete terminal, whereas the $1000 iPhone can’t do ****.

    • Muhammed Ovais Alam

      Low quality as in?
      What OS do you use? iOS? Ubuntu? MeeGo?

      • iOS. Low in … bugs, look and feel, stability, freshness of working etc.

        • Muhammed Ovais Alam

          Add limitations, little to nothing customization, strange etc in the list too

  • Muhammad Saeed

    Huawei should price its phones at the international prices and stop robbing pakistanis then talk

  • Netherdrake

    Only problem for me with huawei is there Ui. Its looks so ugly and childish :/

    • They are stuck with the same UI for past three years. It’s better if they kill EMUI and go with stock.

  • Faheem

    PROPAKISTANI , this is pathetic.We expect honest technical and commercial honest opinion at sites like yours,not one sided press releases.