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Huawei had a rollercoaster of a year, arguably starting 2018 off on the wrong foot when the US government essentially prohibited the AT&T and Verizon launch of the otherwise impressive (and popular) Mate 10 Pro.

Despite escalating tension with President Trump and reports of looming European trouble as well, the Chinese smartphone maker somehow managed to surpass Apple in global shipments, crossing sales of 200 million units with time to spare this past year.

Looking ahead, the company (realistically) expects to snatch the worldwide crown from Samsung... even though its employees seem to have trouble parting ways with their precious iPhones.

Believe it or not, the old “Twitter for iPhone” tag has surfaced again in the unlikeliest of places. Specifically, in an otherwise harmless and generic end-of-year tweet posted by Huawei Technologies on December 31.

First noticed by popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee (who else?), the celebratory message was deleted and replaced with an exact copy published from a different device. Interestingly, Huawei tried to make lemonade out of lemons by replying to @MKBHD with a message of peace and harmony, highlighting the company likes to invest in and build “open platforms to work with customers, partners and even competitors globally.”