Huawei deal to sell phones through AT&T in United States falls through

Huawei deal to sell phones through AT&T in United States falls through

Huawei deal to sell phones through AT&T in United States falls through

Huawei had planned several announcements for the CES event this week, including speculation that it was ready to reveal a sales tie-in with AT&T, according to the earlier reports.

Instead, Huawei said it would be selling its flagship device, the Mate 10 Pro, directly to consumers.

Huawei confirmed the news at CES 2018 in Las vegas, Nevada.

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The firm trails only Apple and Samsung in terms of worldwide sales and an accord with a United States network may have been enough to push Huawei into the No.1 spot. However, Huawei will continue on its determined campaign to pierce through the lucrative North American market. US customers who were looking forward to the device can get it, but not in the manner that many prefer and have grown accustomed to. The last-minute cancellation and the explanation of which remains elusive as of writing.

Huawei is the number three smartphone vendor worldwide, behind only Apple and Samsung, but the company struggles in the US. The company the largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in the world, but concerns about Huawei's relationship to the Chinese government has mostly kept its equipment out of the US. It appears the sentiments remain the same, but to be clear, nothing of this sort was discussed in the latest development.

So far there is no sign that Huawei is trying to strike a handset sales deal with any of the other major USA mobile carriers, such as T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint. It is likely the same selling tactic that the company will have to resort to in light of the collapsed deal with AT&T. Breaking into the US market would simply bring it closer to its lofty ambitions. That may be good news for consumers, but that not might bode well for Huawei. "We look forward to sharing more information with you then", a Huawei representative said in a statement.

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