Huawei’s Mate 30 lineup was announced back in September but remained confined to China and a select group of Asian markets. Now, the Mate 30 Pro has officially arrived on European shores with Spain being the first country to get the latest Huawei flagship. There is still no word if the vanilla Mate 30 or Porsche Design variant will also make their way to Europe though.
The catch is that the Mate 30 Pro is available in limited quantities only at the Huawei Space Store in Madrid. The phone is going for €1,099 in its 8GB RAM and 256GB storage configuration and is only available in the Space Silver colorway.
There is also a hot launch promotion, which includes a €299 check that can be used towards other Huawei products. This offer is valid through December 9.
While this is a pretty sweet deal, the Mate 30 Pro is still lacking Google Mobile Services, which makes it a tough sell anywhere outside China. You can read our complete review to know how it works without them or check out the video version below.
Instead of Google spyware you get Chinese spyware? Hell Yeah!
Hong Kong is not in China. Just for your info. It is city-country. Not in China Republic!
Fully agree, no Google spyware from Trumpistan is a definite plus in my book. Google spyware that tracks your every step is definitely anything but vital - except for Google itself, so the cam make lots and lots of profit by selling your personal dat...