Huawei’s new flagship Mate 30 series is currently under some resistance to sales in overseas markets as a result of the U.S. ban. At the Fortune Global Forum in Paris this week, Ken Hu, Huawei’s rotating chief executive, said the conflict would last longer than Mr. Trump’s tenure, saying: “This conflict will not end during this term.”
Huawei has now responded by optimizing supply chain channels while expanding business with European suppliers to compensate for the negative impact of the U.S. ban. In Europe, Huawei’s latest flagship Mate 30 series will finally hit the European market next month, although there are still a few question marks on availability.
First, the Mate 30 Pro will only be sold in Madrid (priced at 1,099 euros, although the buyer will also receive a coupon worth 299 euros). Huawei has now announced its launch on its Spanish website, with a coupon of 299 euros that will run until December 9. But the main concern is the lack of GMS services for the Mate 30 series phones listed in the European market as a result of the US ban.
This means that you can’t access YouTube apps such as YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps, or officially install them on your device. As German technology media WinFunture points out, only the Mate 30 Pro series is available to Spanish users, and only 8GB and 256GB storage combinations are available. The mate 30 Pro has four cameras on the back, including two 40-megapixel main cameras and a 4400mAh battery.