Huawei shipped 34.55 million smartphones this winter, the volume keeping it at the top three sector manufacturers in the world, GizChina reports.

The figure marks a 21.6 percent growth from last year and is good enough for 9.8 global market share.

Along with various mid-range and budget models, Huawei was able to sell its Mate 9 and Honor 6X through this period — sales of the P10 began in earnest in mid-March, toward the end of the reporting period.

The company was able to sell 140 million units in 2016 and is on pace to match that record total this year.

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