Today, Huawei formally started selling the 5G version of the Huawei Mate 30 series smartphones, which has the Mate 30 5G and Mate 30 Pro 5G, with a starting value of 4,999 Yuan that roughly converts to $710.
Now, the company has uncovered that it managed to sell 100 million units of the phones per minute during the sale, which lasted from 10:08 AM till 10:15 AM.
The Mate 30 5G arrives in 2 variants based on memory configuration – 8GB + 125GB variant with a ¥4999 (~$706) price tag and the 8GB + 256GB variant priced at ¥5499 (~$777). On the additional hand, the Mate 30 Pro 5G 8GB + 256GB variant is valued at ¥6899 (~$975) while the 8GB RAM + 512GB version is offered at ¥7899 (~$1116).
Both the smartphones are powered by the company’s own Kirin 990 5G 7nm + EUV processor. It not only has a built-in 5G modem however its NPU chip moreover has 2 big cores and one compact core whereas the regular Kirin 990 has one big core and one little core. Its cores are In addition clocked higher than the standard version.
Further, both the devices have a total of 21 antennas each where 14 are for 5G, extra than double the 6-antenna design of another 5G phones. Both 5G smartphones arrive in Vegan Leather Orange and Vegan Leather Forest Green color features.
The Huawei Mate 30 series is apparently doing truly well in its home country. At the start of this month, it was so-called that the manufacturer has already sold higher than a million units of the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro because the phones went on sale in China on September 26. This is pretty impressive taking into consideration they achieved it in less than a week, and that’s not even the end of it.
Apparently, Huawei managed to achieve this goal in the span of a 3 hrs, as Richard Yu made the announcement during the opening of a Huawei flagship store in Shenzhen. Which include the online orders, Huawei was leading in CNY 500 million a minute, implying a rate of 100,000 profits per minute. Currently those are few Very big numbers.
It’s noteworthy that the Mate 30 series ships without having support for Google programs and services. While it could be a huge deal in other markets, it isn’t so in China in which most Android smartphones don’t come pre-installed with Google Play Services.
Regardless of the ban on Huawei from the United States, the company’s flagship devices are doing fairly effectively. Last week, He Gang, President of Huawei’s Customer Business and Mobile Gadget Line said that the sale of flagship Huawei Mate 30 series is expected to achieve 10 million units by the end of this year, before the Spring Festival.
Additionally, he has also unveiled that the company’s total cameraphone shipments are coming to be about 240-250 million for the existing year. However, the manufacturer has unveiled anything related to the income forecast of the Huawei Mate X phone. He said that at this stage, the manufacturer is hoping to Discover and understand the consumer experience with the foldable phones.