Tencent Technologies News, according to foreign media reports, on one of Britain's most popular smartphone websites, the well-functioning second-hand P30 Pro is discounted by nearly 90% relative to the price of the new machine, and can only be sold for $130.
Last month, one commentator went on and on:
The phone was launched at the end of the first quarter of this year. IDC, a market research firm, reported that
The smartphone market has a dynamic market for old for new and resale, which drives phone upgrades and market growth. In an ideal world, Samsung, Apple and Huawei want consumers to upgrade every year and deal with the phones they bought last year through the exchange of old and new activities. As a result, the new smartphone market is supported by the resale market for second-hand phones. The same is true of cars.
The same Samsung S10, on one of Britain's most popular smartphones for old and new, can sell for 510 pounds ($650) without damage. Obviously, the discount is large, cutting the price by about 45% relative to the price of the new machine. On the same site, Huawei's P30 Pro, which is also in good condition, is now selling only £100 ($130), down nearly 90 percent from the price of the new aircraft.
This week, there have been many reports about software and security upgrades for existing mobile phones, Huawei's future alternative operating systems and application stores, and ARM chip design, SD cards and WiFi licenses. Some analysts believe that this gives Huawei time to restructure, plan and think. But that's not the case, at least not in a changing consumer market driven by brand sentiment and advertising.
This is a short-term problem facing Huawei's consumer business.
The P20 smartphone in front of Huawei is even worse.
This is a global problem, even extending to Huawei's presence in Asia.
It is reported that a deale
A week ago, a Huawei spokesman said,