When President Trump put Huawei on the trade blacklist last May, the Chinese manufacturer’s path to global expansion seemed to have ended.

At the end of 2019, Huawei accounted for 38.5% of the domestic market, as high as the next two competitors, OPPO and Vivo, combined.

But it’s also sad for Huawei, `disaster is not alone`.

Nearly all big names in the technology industry will be affected.

In particular, although it has seen its market share `evaporate` from China, Samsung may still be affected as part of its accessory supply chain is still located in the world’s most populous country.

But Huawei will definitely be the biggest name affected by the new epidemic for a simple reason: 60% of its sales come from China.

When the corona virus happened, the person suffering the most in the smartphone industry was Huawei

`Smartphone brands must really think about this epidemic seriously and take response measures in many cases. Since the epidemic broke out in Wuhan in December, control measures

Also according to Canalys data, the Chinese market in the fourth quarter of 2019 fell to its lowest level since the first quarter of 2013.

Unfortunately, because of the Corona virus, it is unknown when that era will begin.