Looking to penetrate the US market, Huawei cosies up with AT&T in new talks

Huawei is the third largest handset manufacturer in the world. For the past few years, the firm has openly stated that they want to have more of a presence in the US. Although the firm did actually have some degree of success with the Google Nexus 6P, they still haven't managed to land any of their own handsets on US carriers. That might all soon change as Huawei is in talks with AT&T to get their chipsets accredited with the network.

Although the move doesn't guarantee that Huawei handsets will grace store shelves in the future, it is certainly a step forward when it comes towards penetrating the US market. Currently, Huawei has a couple high-end handsets that are available like the impressive Mate 9 and the more recently announced P10 and P10 Plus. While the P10 and P10 Plus don't have a formal price or release date for the US, you can pick up the now Alexa-enabled Mate 9 at various online retailers for $599.

Source: The Information via Android Authority

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