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  • Huawei designs smartphone specifically for Gen Y
  • Huawei designs smartphone specifically for Gen Y
    Daniel Lee (2014) ©

Huawei designs smartphone specifically for Gen Y

The Chinese market for smartphones is huge; Xiaomi, the home-grown cult favourite, even topped the charts as one of the fastest growing smartphone makers globally. Now, Chinese brand Huawei has released a device designed entirely with Gen Yers in mind.



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