According to research statistics published by the
The primary cause of this rapid growth trend is the proliferation of more affordable smart devices, complemented by easier access to high speed broadband infrastructure in emerging markets. MEA region is expected to account for the second largest smartphone population in the world. Huawei - The 3rd largest smartphone vendor in the
As a leading global innovator in smartphone technology - Huawei is committed to invest heavily for developing stronger partnerships and sales channels in these growing markets. Consumers across the region have reacted well to the launch of Huawei’s new flagship products - Ascend P6 and more recently the Ascend P7.
"Consumers in the developing countries, including Pakistan, now have a much easier and very affordable way of getting connected. Huawei’s strategy is to diligently strive for offering high quality smart phones at affordable prices, since we had proactively forecasted a rising demand for handsets that allow internet access, without breaking the bank. The IDC research further states that; "According to Go-Gulf.com; the MEA region is expecting smartphone usage to double, compared to last year.
"Â Across the region 525.8 million people are connected with a smartphone, significantly more than in
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