In early August of this year, a report surfaced that claimed Huawei would sell a flagship device through AT&T. That would be a major step for the China-based company that has been tiptoeing here for some time, but this week when speaking to ABC News, Huawei’s president, Richard Yu confirmed the company’s plan.
During this conversation, Yu said, “We will sell our flagship phone, our product, in the U.S. market through carriers next year. I think that we can bring value to the carriers and to consumers. Better product, better innovation, better user experience.”
While the news in general is exciting, we still don’t know exactly which carrier(s) will carry the Huawei device. As for which device Yu is referring to, that’d be the Mate 10, one of Huawei’s latest smartphones announced back in October.
We expect to hear much more about this during CES next month, so stay tuned.