"Currently, there is no plan to take the offline trade route. We will continue to sell on e-commerce platform as of now," a Huawei India official said here on Tuesday.
    
The company on Tuesday unveiled three Honor models in city. Honor is e-brand for Huawei's smartphone. Huawei without disclosing the current market share in India or east, claimed in a statement that it expects seven-fold growth in eastern market by 2015.

Another Chinese multinational conglomerate, Xiaomi recently expanded its reach by partnering with homegrown telecom and mobile retailer, The Mobile Store. The move aims at facilitating offline purchase and making the whole process for the consumer easy.

A live Mi Zone will be assembled in each of the selected 55 top Mobile Store showrooms to help consumers live the experience of using the smartphones and buying the handsets then and there.

Although Huawei has stayed any word on selling its smartphones through offline method, but might consider it soon.

The company on Tuesday unveiled three Honor models in city. Honor is e-brand for Huawei's smartphone. Huawei without disclosing the current marketshare in India or east, claimed in a statement that it expects seven-fold growth in eastern market by 2015.