When large electronics manufacturers want to avoid a drop in revenue, they usually expand their production and introduce new products.
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But in Huawei, they decided on a somewhat unusual move.
Namely, this Chinese manufacturer of smartphones and consumer electronics has lost its leading position among the manufacturers of smartphones in the world due to American sanctions. They first sold their Honor brand for an estimated $ 15 billion, which will certainly improve the company’s situation, although analysts estimate that the decline could reach 60 percent this year.
As the situation, apparently, will not change soon, Huawei turned to some interesting solutions.
So they decided to offer industrial pig breeding. Namely, 50 percent of the world’s pigs are found in China, and in Huawei they are determined to bring advanced technological solutions to the pigsty. Large farms are already using technology to monitor how much food pigs eat, their health and weight. In Huawei, they point out that pig farming is an excellent area in which they can show how face recognition technology and 5G networks can advance traditional industries.
But pig farming is not the only industry Huawei wants to bring about change. They also cast an eye on mining. They are convinced that they can turn this otherwise dirty industry into an industry in which fewer workers can work safer, more efficiently and more, Zimo reports.
However, this does not mean that Huawei has given up on consumer electronics. As the founder and head of Ren engfei revealed, he will continue to expand his consumer electronics lines, such as televisions or computers.
We can survive without relying on the sale of phones, Ren is convinced. However, despite that, Huawei is still planning to present new phlegip devices – P50 and Mate 50.
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