In May, the Trump administration blacklisted Huawei and more than five dozen of its affiliates from buying American technology and components citing national security concerns. The decision came as a massive blow for Huawei, which spent billions of dollars over the last 10 years building its brand on a worldwide basis and in key markets such as Western Europe.
With the demand of the Mate 30 series within the users, Huawei Mate 30 Pro is the first phone release by Huawei within the western countries after the ongoing trade war between China and the US. Following sanctions, Google has pulled out its apps and services from the company’s new device. This resulted into Huawei creating its own platform for Android based users that is also scalable across different forms of devices.
The Mate 30 Pro features a 6.53in Horizon Display flexible OLED, which curves to up to 88 degrees around the left and right sides of the device. The device further provides additional features where it replaces the physical volume buttons with virtual sliders and provides higher end security checks including a 3D face recognition system and a second-generation in-display fingerprint sensor.
This newest-in-line cell phone carries a 4500mAh battery which can be recharged by 70% in only 30 minutes with its patented SuperCharge with 40W Input Speed. The phone further supports an additional 27W Input Speed wireless fast charging. It provides its users a completely new photography and videography experience with its two 40 Megapixels quad rear camera which is supported by SuperSensing sensor for optical stabilization and Cine Camera sensor for moving images.
As a part of Marketing strategy, Huawei will launch only 200 Mate 30 Pro on its launching day, November 21. The supply of the phones is currently limited; however, the company could possibly bring sell more units along with Huawei Mate 30 Pro depending upon their launch success. This has not yet been officially confirmed by the firm.