Huawei is enjoying great success with the Mate 30 in China. The Chinese firm claims to have sold 100,000 smartphones 5G compatible within one minute. Both models, the Mate 30 and 30 Pro, are now out of stock. As Trump's government sanctions continue, Huawei continues to experience success in the Chinese market.
Ten days after the opening of the pre-orders, Huawei has finally marketed the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro 5G on the site of Vmall, a Chinese online store, report our colleagues MyDrivers. For the launch of both variants, the brand offered a Huawei band 4e, a bracelet connected for the sportsmen of a value of 20 €, to the buyers.
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Huawei Mate 30 5G: 100,000 smartphones sold in one minute in China
In a single minute, 100,000 Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro 5G were sold on VmallHuawei proudly states in a publication on Sina Weibo, the Chinese social network. It did not take long for both declinations to end up in sold out. A second flash sale is scheduled for November 5th. On this occasion, the brand will still offer accessories to buyers, including the Huawei Watch GT2, the Mediapad M6 tablet or FreeBuds 3 headphones.
This craze around Mate 30 5G confirms Huawei's success in the Chinese markets. The firm can indeed count on the loyalty of Chinese consumers to achieve its sales targets for 2019. Huawei hopes to sell 270 million smartphones in the world this year. year despite the trade war between China and the United States.
As a reminder, the Mate 30 are currently only available in China. Private Google applications, including the Play Store, Huawei preferred to postpone the release of its new generation of flagships in Europe. The latest news, the Mate 30 will nevertheless land in France from November 15, 2019. At home, the 5G variant costs 1199 euros.