Huawei Mate 30 Pro may not be the most desirable phone on the planet, but in China it is apparently doing extremely well. A new report states that Huawei has already sold 1 million units of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro since the phones went on sale in China on September 26. This is quite impressive, considering that they achieved it in less than a week.
Apparently, Huawei managed to achieve this goal within three hours, when Richard Yu made the announcement during the opening of a Huawei flagship store in Shenzhen a couple of days ago. Including online orders, Huawei contributed 500 million yuan (64 million euros approx.) Per minute, which implies a rate of 100,000 sales per minute. Those are some pretty big numbers.
One of the main reasons for the immense popularity of the Mate 30 Pro in China, so far, is surely because the lack of Google support on the phone is not a big problem. Most Android phones sold in the region do not come pre-installed with Google Play services, so this is not harmful to the average Chinese user.
Huawei has already stated that it wants to send 20 million Mate 30 devices this year, and it remains to be seen if they can achieve that goal. The launch of Mate 30 in Europe has been delayed due to the recent US ban on Huawei products, although we are definitely more than eager to see how it will work once it is finally released.
Although we do not expect the forecast of Huawei to be fulfilled, we do admit that the chances of this happening are high, despite the problems that Huawei has to enjoy the freedom that it previously presumed. But the Chinese firm knows very well how to avoid various sanctions, and this has shown us in recent months.
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