Last month, Huawei announced that the company had shipped more than 7 million Mate 30 series smartphones within a short span of 60 days after it’s debut.
Today, a new report from Sina has claimed that the Mate 30 smartphone shipment had already exceeded 12 million globally – despite having a delayed launch in the global market.
Previously, Huawei revealed that the company’s goal is to ship 20 million smartphones from the Mate 30 series. Although that seems to be an uphill task at the initial stage, but it seems to be attainable after all.
For those who’d missed out, the Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro were shipped without licensed Google apps and services out of the box. They are the first batch of Huawei smartphones affected by the ongoing US trade ban.
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Therefore, the Mate 30 duo relies on Huawei’s proprietary Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), instead of Google Mobile Services (GMS) for core functionalities. This means you will not see typical apps like Google Play store, Google Maps and YouTube on the device.