Huawei made 221.6 billion yuan ($32.2 billion) in revenue within the April-June quarter, a 23 % enhance over the earlier quarter regardless of the escalation of the US-China trade war chopping off its business with American firms. Net revenue margin was 8.7 % on 401.3 billion yuan ($58.3 billion) of revenue for the first six months of 2019.
Huawei sold 118 million smartphones within the first half of the year — 59 million in every quarter — representing a 24 % year-on-year improve. Huawei’s consumer enterprise reached 220.8 billion yuan ($32.1 billion) in revenue for a similar period, making up 55 % of the corporate’s total sales.
“Revenue grew quick up through May,” chairman Liang Hua stated in a statement. “Given the foundation, we laid within the first half of the year. We continue to see progress even after we have been added to the entity list. That’s not to say we don’t have difficulties ahead. We do, and so they may affect the pace of our development within the short term. However, we’ll stay the course.”
As a result of Huawei’s convoluted private ownership structure, the corporate isn’t obligated to issue common financial figures, and its earnings launch is much less detailed than you’d count on from its publicly traded competitors. However, Huawei is releasing more data than it historically ever has — the quarterly report in April was truly it’s first-ever.
The figures come as Canalys points a report today detailing Huawei’s growing dominance of the Chinese smartphone market over the previous quarter. Regardless of an overall market downturn of six percent, the ninth successive quarterly slide, Huawei managed to develop 31 % year-on-year to capture 38 % share at home.