Rabat - Huawei, a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company is distributing two new smartphones, the GR3 and GR5, across Morocco’s markets.
Rabat – Huawei, a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company is distributing two new smartphones, the GR3 and GR5, across Morocco’s markets.
Huawei aims to promote its brand awareness across the Kingdom and compete against other companies.
GR3 costs MAD 2,079. It is dual-SIM, equipped with a 5-inch screen HD and made with aluminum alloy. It consists of: a 2 GB RAM and internal storage capacity of 16 GB accessible via SD memory card, as well as to the selfie camera which is 5 megapixels.
Last year, Thomas Xu, Huawei’s general director in Morocco, said that Huawei’s current market share in Morocco does not exceed 3% in the mobile market. He added that the company aims to triple its share in the coming three years.
Xu stated that Huawei seeks to reinforce its presence in Morocco and the commercial strategy focuses on distributing several products in conjunction with several partners. He added that Huawei’s strategy is designed to make use of the huge investment in 4G by three Moroccan operators: Maroc Telecom, Inwi and Meditel.
Huawei aspires to be the leading company of telecommunication equipment in North and West Africa.