As we know, despite trade sanctions imposed by the United States government, Huawei continues to see strong growth in the smartphone market. According to data released this week, this is due to the Chinese market.
In addition, Canalys also points out that the company has been consolidating itself as a major manufacturer of 5G devices. This can be seen with the release of the Mate 30 5G and 30 Pro 5G in China.
According to Huawei, more than 100,000 units of the handsets were sold during the first round of shopping on Friday (1). This result was achieved in just one minute, and all of the inventory eventually ran out.
Taking advantage of strong demand for the Mate 30 5G, Huawei has announced that it should hold a new sales event next Tuesday (5). In addition, the company also promised to increase the number of handsets available.
Another highlight is that Huawei is offering some “pampering” to consumers. So during the next flash sale, you will be able to bring home a GT2 Watch, FreeBuds 3 or Mediapad 6 headphones as a gift for the purchase of a Mate 30 5G.
- Mate 30 5G – 4,999 yuan (~ R $ 2,884)
- Mate 30 Pro 5G – 6,899 yuan (US $ 1,510)
Remember that the Mate 30 family is not yet sold in the west. This is because the U.S. trade block caused devices to launch without any Google apps or services.