Huawei seems to be surviving life on a U.S. blacklist.
Revenue jumped by almost a quarter to 86 billion dollars in the first nine months of the year.
Smartphone shipments also rose over the period.
Up 26 percent to 185 million units.
But... in Wednesday's (October 16) numbers the firm did not break out figures for the most recent quarter.
That's when the impact of the U.S. sanctions may be most keenly felt.
Back in August Huawei said that the impact of the U.S. measures would be less than initially feared.
Though it warned that revenues at its phone unit would fall by about 10 billion dollars this year.
Huawei was blacklisted by Washington over allegations that its equipment allows back-door access for Chinese spies - something it strongly denies.
The firm is the world's largest maker of telecom network gear, and the number two maker of smartphones.
Washington wants allies to join it in banning Huawei from building next-generation 5G networks.
Australia and New Zealand have complied.
But Europe is more reluctant.
This week Germany made clear that it won't exclude any particular firm from its 5G plans.