It’s no secret that Huawei, a smartphone/tablet manufacturer based in China, has been looking to globalize their brand more than ever. In the following video, a Huawei representative takes to the streets of New York City to see if random consumers can pronounce the company’s name. Unsurprisingly, most of them failed miserably when it came to the pronunciation of Huawei (wah-way) and only one person guessed correctly that it’s a cell phone maker. Others thought Huawei was a car manufacturer, flower shop, airline, or a small Hawaiian island. It seems Huawei needs to amp up their marketing efforts in the US.