RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is making a second attempt at cracking the Brazilian smartphone market, the fourth-largest in the world, with the launch of two high-end handsets this month, after its cheaper offerings failed to catch on earlier in the decade.
The move will take Huawei beyond its current role in Brazil as a supplier of mobile cellular network equipment to challenge Samsung Electronics Co and Lenovo Group's Motorola brand which dominate the local smartphone market.
"Brazil is a market with very significant opportunities for Huawei, and we have . . .