Huawei Mate 30/Pro sold 1 million units in three hours
Huawei’s new flagship models Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro were ordered over one million units in the first three hours of the pre-order. The device is not supported by Google, as you may remember.
Speaking at the opening of Huawei’s flagship store in Shenzen, company CEO Yu Chengdong spoke about the Huawei Mate 30 series. They reported that the device already has limited stocks and has doubled the P30’s pre-order volume. Three hours after the opening of pre-orders, the total number of orders exceeded 1 million.
According to Huawei’s goals, the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro will be sold more than 20 million copies. For the time being, the company’s revenue from this series is around $ 70 million. As you know, the fact that the device does not carry Google software makes no difference to China because manufacturers could not access these services in the region.
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Speaking in connection with US sanctions, the firm argued that Huawei would increase its sales volume this year without the prohibitions. The company’s goal of selling 300 million smartphones, allegedly due to these bans will not be accessible.