Huawei is essentially blocked from selling phones in the United States on security grounds.
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China's Huawei Friday said it could replace Samsung as the world's top smartphone-maker by late next year, just days after data showed it surpassed Apple for the No. 2 spot despite being essentially barred from the key U.S. market.The chief of Huawei's consumer division, Richard Yu, made the remark at the release of business results for the first half of 2018, during which unlisted Huawei said it shipped more than 95 million smartphones, an increase of 30 percent.Huawei sold 54.2 million phones for a 15.8 percent market share, followed by Apple's 41.3 million iPhones that gave it 12.1 percent of the market.Huawei has long disputed any such links.
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