Huawei spent $ 15.3 billion on research and development last year, double the company’s spending over the past five years. Huawei is now among the top 10 most spenders on research and development, the R & D spending budget has risen 149% since 2014.
Huawei ranked fourth as the world’s largest company spending on research and development in 2018. Huawei spent 14% of its revenue last year on research and development, while Samsung spends 8% and Apple 5%.
According to Phonearena, Huawei will become the world’s largest smart phone manufacturer by 2020, with more than 200 million mobile phones being sold in 2018, making it the third-largest in the world, replacing Samsung and Apple.
Huawei has invested heavily in research and development, resulting in many innovations that other companies have imitated and equipped with their innovations.
Huawei was the first smartphone manufacturer to introduce first three-lens camera P20 Pro, and the first to introduce reverse wireless charging technology in its phone Mate 20 Pro allowing the phone to be used as a charging platform for many wireless-enabled devices, and then Samsung imitates this feature in its series of phones S10, where it was named PowerShare, the new iPhone is expected to come with such a feature.
Apart from the possibilities and benefits of smart phones, Huawei was the first in cellular companies to provide a gradient in the design of their phones, which means that the design of the phone carries more than one color, and this is what we saw in Huawei P20 which was launched by the company last year, and then quickly some of the manufacturers of smart phones designed phones with the same color gradient.
Huawei has not stopped impressing its smartphone users with its innovative innovations, and recently introduced its phone P30 Pro.
The world’s first camera phone periscope which allows the user the accuracy of a miraculous approximation up to 5 times of optical approximation, 10 times of hybrid approximation, and 50 times of digital approximation.
As Huawei P30 Pro achieved an unprecedented record result in the test DxOMark 112 based on his new four-wheel camera from Leica.