Huawei plans to open its largest Middle East store in Saudi Arabia

New flagship store set to open in Riyadh in January.
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The new store will be Huawei's largest in the MENA region.

Huawei Saudi Arabia will officially open its first flagship showroom in Riyadh in January 2019 which will be its largest in the Middle East and Africa region.

The Chinese electronics giant said the move demonstrates its "commitment towards the kingdom and its trust in the local market".

Pablo Ning, vice president of Huawei Saudi Arabia said: "We are honoured to inaugurate Huawei's first flagship showroom... which is our way of demonstrating our commitment to the Saudi market and our appreciation for the consumers here."

He said the showroom will be run by Saudi nationals.

"Huawei has full confidence in the Saudi talents' potential and capabilities. We are sure that the Saudi market's appreciation of the Huawei brand will increase with the energy, passion and determination of such young talents," he added.

The Riyadh flagship showroom is located in Riyadh Park.

Huawei's products and services are available in more than 170 countries and are used by a third of the world's population. During the second quarter of 2018, Huawei ranked second in the world in terms of market share of smart phone sales with 15.8%.

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