Ad Nut
Mar 2, 2017

This new perfume from Huawei must smell amazing

It seems like an odd line extension, but based on this global ad, it's super sexy and undeniably glamourous.

Ad Nut is surprised that we haven't heard more about Hauwei moving into the fragrance market. For a Chinese company that's a powerhouse maker of telecom infrastructure equipment and a credible player in the smartphone market, that's a daring move to say the least.

But the brand clearly knows what it's doing. Just look at these uber-attractive models! Witness their pouting! Marvel as they roam forlornly around a desolate beach! In black-and-white, no less!

[Uh, Ad Nut? Please see what our friends at Campaign UK have written about this ad. It's an ad for a smartphone and it's by WPP Team Huawei. You really should do more research. -Ed.]

Oh. Sorry.

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