(Web Desk) – Huawei launched sales of the P30 and P30 Pro in China yesterday (April 11, 2019). It now asserts that it took only 10 seconds for it to run out of stock of the new flagships during this event. The OEM reportedly earned 200 million yuan (about US$29.8 million) in this process.
Huawei released its new P30 line of flagships for pre-order in China yesterday (April 11, 2019) on its own retail platform in the country. It has subsequently posted a promotional image claiming that it took only 10 seconds for the available units to run out during this event.
The OEM estimated that it took in 200 million yuan (approximately US$29.8 million) as a result, meaning that it may have sold between 30,000 and 50,000 units of its new premium phones. According to a Chinese-media report on the subject, the P30 Pro was first to sell out, followed by the slightly less powerful P30.
Huawei also apparently provided a number of special offers and deals to mark the P30 series‘ Chinese debut. They included interest-free financing, special editions with protective cases, and free selfie sticks. Huawei also made some other examples of its newest products, including the FreeLaces wireless neckbuds, its GT sports smartwatch and its 40-watt power bank, available during this pre-order period.
Users enjoy plenty of memory space with the Huawei P30 series packing in 8GB RAM and ROM options ranging from 128GB to 512GB.
The Huawei P30 Pro features a large 4,200mAh battery that supports a new generation of faster and more convenient capabilities such as the 40W Huawei SuperCharge, along with 15W Huawei Wireless Quick Charge and Wireless Reverse Charge.
Huawei P30 series is powered by Kirin 980, Huawei s latest and most powerful smartphone chipset. No matter if it is for running premium mobile games or multitasking the advanced AI chipset handles it with ease.
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