China’s Huawei Technologies wants to be the world’s second-largest maker of smartphones in two years, Richard Yu, chief executive of Huawei’s consumer business group, told Reuters. Huawei on Thursday launched a new premium phone, which will sell for 699 euros apiece. A version developed with Porsche Design will cost 1,395 euros. The phone has a new artificial intelligence feature: It can learn about its user’s habits and automatically put the most frequently used apps in easy reach. Huawei was the world’s third-largest smartphone maker in the third quarter with 33.6 million shipped devices, giving it a 9% market share, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Apple was still well ahead with 45.5 million devices, or a 12% market share. Samsung was the world leader with a market share of 20.1%.