Huawei's flagship smartphone series Mate 30 Pro has sold well even without the presence of Google Mobile Services (GMS). According to the My Drivers website, the Chinese manufacturer's mobile phone line has already surpassed the 12 million units mark sent to retailers.
Update based on Android 10 began to be released in September this year.
This is all in just three months after smartphones hit the market. Total sales are expected to reach 20 million units by the end of the Mate 30 life cycle.
Huawei officials said in November that the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro had surpassed the 7 million smartphone mark sold – just 60 days after the products hit the market.
Which also means that over the past 30 days, an impressive 5 million high-end smartphones from the Chinese manufacturer have been sold. That is, product sales are growing, not decreasing at the moment.
Remember that the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro versions compatible with 5G mobile internet were launched in late November, which would have helped to boost sales of the line. There is a trend towards popularization and growth of 5G in China, which helped boost Mate 30 sales.
Huawei's latest flagship smartphone series was launched without Google Mobile Services (GMS) because of pressure from the United States government. The Trump administration issued sanctions against the Chinese manufacturer on the grounds that the company threatened US national security.