Chinese tech giant Huawei on Wednesday said its global smartphone sales jumped by 39% in the first half of the year.
It comes after the world's fourth-biggest smartphone maker posted a 30% growth in overall revenue on Monday.
Huawei said it shipped 48.2 million devices globally in the first half of 2015, giving them a 87% surge in handset sales revenues
The company is competing with Apple and Xiaomi for the top spot in China, the world's biggest handset market.
The boost in sales figures comes after the firm said it would shed its low-cost appeal and include high-margin premium models to challenge Samsung and Apple at the top-end of the market.
Huawei said that shipments for the mid-to-high-end category recorded a year-on-year increase of 70%.