Huawei Mate 30 Pro goes up for presale at major Swiss retailer
Switzerland’s largest online retailer, Digitec, has listed the Huawei Mate 30 Pro for pre-sale since this Wednesday with devices expected to go out on Tuesday, December 10. The listing explicitly notes that the units sold come with Huawei’s Mobile services pre-installed and do not come with Google’s Mobile Services.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro was announced in September and initially launched in the Chinese market with great success. Despite the negative press surrounding Huawei, the Chinese giant still saw strong sales for its new flagship.
The Mate 30 Pro was recently discovered to use no American parts. Its powered by a Huawei-made Kirin 990 and paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage. Pre-orders are for the 256 GB variant in silver.
There’s a bright 6.53-inch waterfall AMOLED display with a notch containing a 32 MP selfie camera paired with a ToF sensor along with 3D face unlock hardware. Around back is the quad-camera setup with a 40 MP main camera, 8 MP telephoto, 40 MP ultrawide camera, and a ToF camera.
Unfortunately, Huawei isn’t any closer to getting back on the US Government’s good side. US President Trump reaffirmed his stance against Huawei’s supposedly insecure 5G technology yesterday at the NATO summit, speaking to other leaders of NATO.
- 08 Dec 2019
Blocking say Gmail, Gmaps and Facebook on Huawei devices doesn't make the US more secure. Huawei has free'd the phones of US control. Next is free'ing the services by establishing alternate ones. Competition is good.
- 07 Dec 2019
I wonder where all these trolls are coming from or maybe I should say hypocrites. because they will run out screaming "Chinese stealing our info" but choose to totally ignore that Google has access to all of their information already
- No Google,no problem
- 07 Dec 2019
True, Google should be prevented from pre-installing their spyware on all phones. Especially they should be prevented from making their spyware un-installable. Windows got fined until it made their integrated bloat (like Internet Exploder) uninstal...