Huawei could start selling its own "Made for Huawei" accessories
Undoubtedly, Huawei is one of the biggest smartphone makers in the world, as the Chinese company sells millions of handsets every year. To increase the margin profit of its products, Huawei has decided to start developing some components in-house. Huawei's Kirin chipsets are inside most of its flagships, but lately, they have been embedded in some of the company's mid-range smartphones.
It looks like the next step for Huawei would start making accessories for its smartphones. Well, we could say the Chinese company might be tempted to follow in Apple's footsteps (Google, too) and produce specific accessories for some of its flagships.
Sources in China claim the company has already kicked off a “Made of Huawei” program for certified accessories and the first product in the lineup will be a USB-C to HDMI adapter made for the Mate 10 series.
Of course, accessory makers may have their products certified by the Chinese company as well, as part of the program, but a big chunk of the revenues will enter Huawei's bank accounts for sure.