Lahore(Cliff News) One in four consumers all over Pakistan chose HUAWEI Y7 Prime 2018 in the USD 100/- to USD 200/- segment. This was claimed by the GfK report for May 2018, making it Pakistan’s most loved smartphone. The device was launched in April as a perfect choice for youngsters looking to experience flagship Huaweifeatures for an amazing price.Featuring a 5.99” HUAWEI FullViewDisplay with a stylish feel, the device is built for young photography enthusiasts with a 13MP+2MP dual rear camera powered by a superfast Octa-core chipset, 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM. With hardware and in-built features that most high-end smartphones have, the HUAWEI Y7 Prime 2018 became the device of choice for many not looking to spend big.The GfK report also highlights how HUAWEI Mate 10 lite is the most preferred mid-range device in Pakistan. Having been launched in November 2017, it has stayed on the top spot for the last six months.“This is an exciting time for us in the local market, because we can feel Pakistan’s love towards our innovative device offerings,” said Blueking Wang, Manager, Huawei Consumer Business Group. “This love and fan-following motivates us to introduce even better, more competitively-priced devices during the second half of 2018. We are now well in-line to become Pakistan’s top smartphone brand before the year ends.”Another distinction in the research report by GfK showcases how Huawei is now just 0.9% shy of the top spot in Pakistan. With new smartphone ranges planned for release in H2 2018, Huawei is gaining momentum to become Pakistan’s No.1 smartphone brand.GfK is the trusted source of relevant market and consumer information that delivers vital global insights matched with local market intelligence from more than 100 countries.
About Huawei Consumer Business Group
HUAWEI Consumer Business Group (CBG) is one of HUAWEI’s three business groups, providing a range of products including mobile phones, wearables, tablets and laptops. Huawei’s products and services are available in more than 170 countries, and are used by a third of the world’s population, ranking third in the world in mobile phone shipments in 2016.Year-on-year growth was reflected in HUAWEI’s rise as a globally recognized premium brand. In 2017, HUAWEI was ranked 49th on BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands, 88th in Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands and 40thon the Brand Finance Global 500 Most Valuable Brands lists. In this year’s Fortune 500, Huawei climbed up the list to the 83rd place from the 129th of last year with a revenue of USD 78.51 billion, making the top global 100 for the first time.As a leading technology company, Huawei invests a significant amount of its annual sales revenue to research and development efforts, and has established 15 research centers around the world. Among these facilities is the HUAWEI Aesthetics Research Center in Paris. Huawei’s newest R&D center is the Max Berek Innovation Lab in Wetzler, Germany, where Huawei and Leica are jointly researching technologies to improve mobile device camera.