Huawei’s P30 Pro has won substantial approval because of its remarkable camera features. Performance and efficiency. Huawei claimed at IFA 2019 that the company has succeeded to ship over 16.5 million devices of the Huawei P30 Pro internationally. The company has additionally uncovered two new color variants of the Huawei Pro.
The company avoids the ban on using Google’s apps and services on its phones which seems to be an amazing way of releasing a new smartphone. Referring to the possibility of Google’s Android services, the future Mate X will apparently become so popular-so fast with such a software experience.
The official Huawei mobile phone Twitter account has stated that the company has delivered about 16.5 million devices of the Huawei P30 Pro |internationally in the past 6 months. The remarkable shipment statistics of said flagship smartphone figure to a 53% increased global sales. The company’s P30 Pro has also obtained a DxOMark rating of 112 and was the champion for smartphone photography features until it had been defrocked by the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10+ smartphone last month.
The Company has also launched two new color variants of the Huawei P30 Pro at IFA 2019. The Misty Lavender and the Misty Blue. However, Huawei has to reveal the price ranges and availability details of both Huawei P30 Pro’s Misty Blue and Misty Lavender color variants, but they have recently been listed on VMall in China. Furthermore, marketing tipster Roland Quandt indicated at IFA 2019 “Android 10 update for the Huawei P30 Pro is in the pipeline”. The company has recently knocked off the EMUI 10 beta registrations for the Huawei P30 Pro, but there is absolutely no word if the update can make it out through the stable launching channel.
Although not everything is positive for Huawei. But Huawei Mate 30 will reportedly reach the racks without having the licensed apps and services of Google due to the US restrictions on product sale to Huawei. It’s because of release on September 19, along with the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. It seems that the foldable Mate X will also join the list as well. As per asia.nikkei.com reports, the Huawei Mate X is likewise supposed to come in the market without Google’s apps and services support. It is also expected that the Huawei will use an open-source version of Android for the Huawei Mate X. However, if the company really wants to promote smartphones with Google’s apps and services, it needs to depend on a paid licensing contract with Google
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