Huawei said it earned CNY 36.9 billion ($5.7 billion) on global revenue of CNY 395 billion ($60.8 billion).
Huawei, the first Chinese company to break into the top ranks of global technology providers, is privately held but releases annual results in an attempt to ease concern in the United States and some other countries that it might be a security risk.
The company, based in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, said sales of smartphones and other consumer technology rose 73 percent to CNY 129.1 billion ($19.9 billion).
Founded in 1987 as a maker of switching gear, Huawei launched a smartphone brand in 2009. It passed Chinese rival Lenovo last year to become the No. 3 smartphone brand behind Samsung and Apple by handset shipments, according to IDC. Huawei said earlier it shipped 108 million smartphones last year, the first Chinese brand to pass the 100 million mark.
Sales of network gear rose 21 percent to CNY 232.3 billion ($35.8 billion) as telecoms carriers upgraded to fourth-generation mobile service.
Huawei competes with Finland's Nokia Corp. and Sweden's LM Ericsson in network gear and wireless base stations.
Huawei has China's biggest corporate research and development budget and said spending on that rose 46 percent last year to CNY 59.6 billion ($9 billion).