Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is planning to launch four new handsets in 2016, VentureBeat reported.
According to the report, the devices will all be spins on the company’s flagship P9 device. Variations will include a lower-priced P9lite, a P9 max and a P9 with enhanced camera, storage and screen features alongside the standard P9, the report said.
The devices are expected to be announced several weeks after Mobile World Congress in February.
The expected release may be Huawei’s attempt to capitalize on its 2015 success.
Last year, Huawei snagged the number three smartphone market share position behind Samsung and Apple and became the first Chinese device maker to ship more than 100 million devices in a given year.
Huawei’s 108 million shipments marked a 44 percent increase over 2014’s figures, and came alongside $20 billion in revenue – which was up 70 percent over 2014 numbers.
In 2016, TrendForce has predicted that Huawei’s market share will continue to grow from 8.4 percent in 2015 to 9.3 percent.
Huawei is reportedly aiming to ship 160 million devices in 2016.