On Thursday, Huawei unveiled its much-anticipated Huawei Mate 30 Series which is dubbed to be the world’s first 2nd-gen 5G smartphone. The device was announced by the officials at the dedicated launch event which was held in Munich. The company highlighted its own applications and brand while completely ignoring its critical issue for obtaining access to Google services.
This latest announcement for Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Huawei Mate 30 confirmed that these devices feature a wholesome quad-camera setting backed by an OLED Huawei Horizon Display and the recently released Kirin 990 5G Chipset as the processor. Richard Yu, the top salesman for the company showcased these latest models during the first of its kind event after the U.S. President Donald Trump placed the export ban on the United States in the month of May which badly affected Huawei.
Yu, Huawei’s Consumer Business Head, mentioned during the event that the device comes with a comparatively larger screen than before. However, it still maintains its compact look with the ability for proper grasp within the hands. As of now, the fate of this device in Europe will entirely depend upon the customers and whether they would like to buy the device which lacks access to the applications and software supported by the popular search giant, Google.
In his statement, Yu also mentioned that these new smartphones would support their very own application gallery. The company has plans to spend around $1 Billion as incentives to popularize the app ecosystem by Huawei Mobile Services. However, Huawei hasn’t mentioned any tentative dates for the devices to be shipped in Europe.
With regards to the pricing factor, the Huawei Mate 30 shall be available at a price tag of $884 with a configuration of 8GB+128GB. On the other hand, its high-end version Huawei Mate 30 pro with 8GB+256GB shall be available at the starting price of $1200. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G is priced at $1300. Further, the makers also revealed an exclusive Porsche Design for the devices which would require you to shell out $2300 per device.
During the event, Yu also boasted of the wearables, which include the Earbuds 3 Wireless Headphones and the GT-2 Smartwatch. The event also brought along news of the smart TVs that boast of AI features for better customer experience. All-in-all, it seems, Huawei is all ready to tackle the adverse effects of the U.S. export ban and make up for its losses.