Huawei plans to sell 20 million Mate 30 smartphones

After the presentation of the flagship Mate 30 family, the head of Huawei Consumer Business Group, Richard Yu, spoke with journalists

and told them about the company's plans. And despite the US sanctions, they are quite optimistic.

Bet on China

After the cancellation of Google certification, Huawei still hopes for big sales of new flagships, only now it is betting on its home market - China.

“I think this ban will impact our sales outside of China. But sales in China will increase significantly because it is the most competitive 5G flagship in the world,” says Richard Yu.

In total, the company expects to sell up to 20 million Mate 30 series smartphones.

“After the May ban, our sales fell,but now they actually recover very quickly, which is why consumers love our products. I believe that we can sell more than 20 million units of the Mate 30 series,” the Huawei executive emphasized.

Let us remind you that the flagships will be sold withoutpre-installed Google services, but they can be downloaded from the App Gallery brand store. However, as experiments have shown, they do not always work correctly. Huawei still hopes that the ban will soon be lifted and users will be able to fully use Google again.