According to our correspondent, Tuesday’s figures could not be verified by Huawei as a private company, but a picture posted on the Chinese social networking site Weibo reveals a huge crowd of those who want to buy the device in the new flagship store Shenzhen.
Stocks at China’s Taobao online shopping site are running out, while imported models from the Might 30 are being sold in Hong Kong, an increase of 1,500 Hong Kong dollars ($ 191), indicating higher supply demand.
The sale of one million units in less than a week is very exciting, but it is probably not surprising given Huawei’s popularity in its home country, which increased after the US ban on the company and trying to prevent it from dealing with Google, where some Chinese citizens feel that Huawei has been unfairly treated by Before Washington, and thus want to show their support stemming from their patriotic feelings.
Huawei also introduced Mate 30 (the base version of the series) with a 35% discount, compared to the price announced at the launch event in Munich, Germany last month.
However, there is no information on when the phones will go on sale in the global markets, where Huawei wants to solve the problem of Google before the launch of the series phones “Mate 30“ internationally.
According to research firm Canalys, Huawei shipped 37.3 million phones in China in the second quarter of this year, up 31 percent from the same quarter of 2018. In fact, Huawei was the only brand to increase sales this year compared to the previous year in China, against a decline. Apple, Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo sales this year compared to 2018 figures.
The Mate 30 Pro features a rear camera system of four cameras, two of which are 40 megapixels, one of them is wide-angle and the second is standard for video shooting only. The third camera is 8 megapixels for remote shooting, as well as the fourth camera for depth sensing 3D.