Huawei is stealing technicians and designers from Samsung

huawei is stealing technicians and designers

As Samsung mobile got popular in very short time due to its unique style and awesome features, that’s why company like Huawei is stealing technicians and designers from Samsung (sources said) by paying high amount to bring talent to china.

According to a source they are hiring their designers as well as engineers on very high prices and by giving them full freedom so that they are unable to reject the offer.

So now, according to a source Huawei is in the form of developing a new user friendly UX system for their new latest flagship smartphone mobile. They are even trying to develop their own chips, processors and modems.

One other source reveled the story that even Huawei is hiring the talented workers of Samsung due to their good communication skills and full focus on their mission.

As according to Huawei experts! The Samsung workers will help them in better system, content and design for their upcoming flagship device

As most of us know that the race is started between big companies to conquer the market by throwing their best flagship mobiles in the market. In the same race Huawei is also trying to push and to grow their smartphone business by approaching to different companies’ devices like they are stealing Samsung technician and designers. Such exchange becomes a win win situation for both companies.

Alongside with Xiaomi Huawei is also a rising threat for Samsung Electronics in the mobile market.

As Samsung appear one of the largest mobile phone company last year, iPhone the 2nd one Xiaomi the 3ed and Huawei becomes the 4th one. But the gap is going to narrow day by day. If we compared with the previous year.
For the purpose to make Huawei one of the top notch phone they started their work which include the creation of mobiles as well as each and everything (from headset to gear).

According to a report Huawei becomes NO.2 best equipment maker in the world with a net profit of $4.5 billion, which is 21% more than the previous year.