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  3. Did Huawei Just Beat Trump’s Blacklist?  Forbes
  4. Huawei dominant at home, but struggles abroad make it weak No. 1  Nikkei Asian Review
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BEIJING, Aug 1 (Xinhua): Huawei overtook Samsung in global smartphone shipments in the second quarter of 2020, marking the first time in nine years that a company other than Samsung or Apple has led the market, according to the latest report from global technology market analyst firm Canalys.BEIJING, Aug 1 (Xinhua): Huawei overtook Samsung in global smartphone shipments in the second quarter of 2020, marking the first time in nine years that a company other than Samsung or Apple has led the market, according to the latest report from global technology market analyst firm Canalys.

Huawei is now top global smartphone seller, says report | The Star

Huawei has just overtaken Samsung to lead the world in smartphone sales for the first time—does this mean Trump's blacklist has failed?Huawei has just overtaken Samsung to lead the world in smartphone sales for the first time—does this mean Trump's blacklist has failed?

Did Huawei Just Beat Trump’s Blacklist?

GUANGZHOU -- Huawei Technologies has taken the crown in quarterly smartphone shipments for the first time by capitalizing on its home-field advantageCompany loses share in non-China markets under US pressure

Huawei dominant at home, but struggles abroad make it weak No. 1 - Nikkei Asian Review

Chinese company Huawei is now the world's largest smartphone maker, overtaking Samsung for the first time according to a new report.Chinese company Huawei is now the world's largest smartphone maker, overtaking Samsung for the first time according to a new report.

Huawei Is Now The World's Biggest Smartphone Maker Overtaking Samsung | Redmond Pie