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Photos: Huawei Mate 30 first day sales draws eager crowds in China

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In China, the new Mate 30 phones are performing very well so far. During its first day of sales, it drew long queues of eager customers for Huawei's newest flagship duo.
Photos: Huawei Mate 30 first day sales draws eager crowds in China
Photos from: Samuel Huang

Long lines in China as expected

This early success is in spite of the US ban that forced the Chinese tech titan, the world's number 2 smartphone maker to use a version of Android with pre-installed Google apps.
Outside a Huawei store in China
Outside a Huawei store in China

There is even a report stating that the company has already sold CNY 500 million (around PHP 3.6B) worth of Mate 30 phones in just its first minute of sale at VMall.com.
A lot waited for the new Mate 30 phones in China
A lot waited for the new Mate 30 phones in China

Huawei's success on the new Mate phones is due to its lower local SRP (early buyers get up to 40 percent less than the Euro prices). Chinese users also lack dependence on Google apps and services unlike most countries in the world.

Also, users can install Google Play and its apps if they want. There is a way to install it.

The units that are being sold in China are the 4G variant only for now. The 5G editions with the faster Kirin 990 5G will ship in November.

In PH, Huawei is expected to launch the phone pretty soon.

To recall, the new Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro are two of the most exciting flagship phones this year. Both are packed with an aluminum frame, Halo Ring back design for the cameras, Kirin 990 chips, quad Leica cameras, and monster-grade overall specs.

Stay tuned!

Sources: Samuel Huang, Forbes
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