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Huawei Meets Bloggers in Lahore

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Huawei Meets Bloggers in Lahore:

Huawei held a meeting at Lahore on Thursday to brief bloggers about the features presentin the 5 devices launched earlier by Huawei.
Mr. Salman Muazzam from Huawei Marketing, kicked off the event by getting the introduction from all the participants. He gave a detailed presentation which started from some stats about smartphones and Android market and then slowly started focusing on Pakistan and ultimately described the detailed specification of the devices. Salman was courteous enough to answer various questions put forward by bloggers and at times the presentation turned into a positive discussion where all the participants shared their thoughts. The bloggers were given various models of Huawei’s current devices lineup to have a firsthand experience of the performance and build of the devices.

Mr. Bruce Fanhong, Director, Terminal Services Department , Huawei revealed that Huawei is in the Pakistani market for the long run and is aiming on establishing its brand and spending millions of Dollars in R&D to become one of the major brands in the country.

While briefing about the signal strength of Huawei devices, Bruce said:

We have more depth and study in the telecom sector due to our end-to-end solutions, so we are confident that our devices have the best signal strength.

The official distributor of Huawei products in Pakistan is Airlink Communication. Mr. Muzaffar Hayat, the Managing Director of the distributor observed the proceedings keenly and said:

We are looking forward to you (bloggers) for feedback on our devices. You must provide us with your comments, whether positive or negative to enable us to improve our products.

He further added:

We are counting on you (bloggers) to utilize social media and show the consumers how our devices actually are.

Most of Bloggers appreciated the phones, Huawei phones don’t stand anywhere near to Q Mobile or the “China Phones” Category rather they can aggressively compete Samsung or HTC.