BARCELONA (Reuters) – China’s Huawei launched seven new “Smart Office” products, including a top-end laptop and its first printer and e-ink tablet, on Sunday, underlining its commitment to consumers after U.S. trade restrictions severely hit its mobile business.
“These are not standalone devices,” he said in an interview. “We can connect and collaborate much easier with our Super Device concept.”
Tian said Huawei remained committed to the smartphone market despite the U.S trade ban, introduced in 2019 and taking full effect a year later, which stopped it using Google’s services on the Android operating system and constrained its chip technology.
“We are going to continue to invest in new technologies to keep our leading position in the smartphone category,” Tian said.
“We can meet the market demand, we don’t have any supply issue,” he said.
(Reporting by Paul Sandle; Editing by Alison Williams)