Huawei gains strength in the region
The first Latin American country in which you can buy a P8 smartphone is Costa Rica, which has been a good market for its maker, Huawei Technologies Company Limited.
But then, Huawei is doing well in Latin America.
The only thing missing is some websites.
The P8, available since last week in Costa Rica, offers a 5.2-inch screen and a high-speed processor in an aluminum body.
Hiawei’s Mate 7 this year became one of the popular smartphones in Costa Rica, along with the S6 from Samsung, whose cell phones in the previous two years have dominated the local market.
Latin America meanwhile has become a growth area for the company, which
sells technology services to leading Colombian mobile carriers.
In Mexico, Huawei provides terminal and network mobile services to Movistar, in addition to an operation in Guadalajara, which produces devices for Canada, the United States, Central America and northern South America.
Based in Shenzhen, Huawei is a multinational technology company.
Founded in 1987 and still controlled by Ren Zhengfei, Huawei last year had profits of $4 billion on sales of $47 billion.
Meanwhile, the company could think of improving its websites.
Retail customers may be happy with Huaweí's effective communication on Facebook.
However, the information provided by Huawei in Spanish for Latin American corporate and commercial partners and prospects needs work.