Wang Xiang said, "we hope to do something next year." In addition, it said that negotiations with us operators have not yet reached a specific agreement.
At the time of the statement, the Huawei Technologies Co (Co. Ltd) is trying to reach a mobile distribution agreement with any of the US operators, while some American politicians are calling for a ban on HUAWEI's network equipment on the grounds of national security.
At the same time, because of the sanctions imposed by the US Department of Commerce, ZTE's smartphone business in the US market is almost completely closed.
Wang Xiang said the current tensions between China and the United States have caused "uncertainty", but in their remarks they played down the impact of the situation on the company's expansion plan in the US business, and emphasized that home and US chipmaker Qualcomm Corp.DevelopmentThe relationship between Android Alphabet and other suppliers.
"We think there is no reason for us to get into this whirlpool," said Wang Xiang, who was responsible for Qualcomm Corp's China business before joining the company in 2015.
He said millet is focused on the consumer market, and many of its engineers and investors are Americans.
It is reported that the company is focused on producing low-cost, high-performance smartphones and launching a series of innovative business models, including online services, the development of a series of consumer electronics with partner companies, and the retail strategy that covers the entity store network.
Millet is now the largest smartphone supplier in the India market and is entering the European market, including Spain and Russia. Recently, however, many of its share in the Chinese market has been taken away by lower cost competitors.