Huawei Mate 30 Pro listed for a presale at major Swiss retailer
Digitec has been recognized as the largest online retailer of Switzerland. The company has always enjoyed the position of market leader in the field of electronics. This company is currently presenting a huge Community, quality content and eye-catching offers. Currently, Digitec has gained the attention of news after listing the Huawei Mate 30 Pro for pre-sale. This news broke out this Wednesday and we expect that devices will go out on Tuesday, December 10. The listing clearly explains that the units sold come with the pre-installed Huawei’s Mobile services, and do not come with Google’s Mobile Services.
The launch of Huawei Mate 30 Pro was originally declared in September and it has initially introduced in the Chinese market with tremendous success. After its launch, the negative comments from the press tried to disturb the company’s morale, but the Chinese giant is hopeful that it will mark strong sales for its new flagship.
The rumors have recently revealed that the Mate 30 Pro did not use any American parts in its manufacturing. The smartphone is powered by a Huawei-made Kirin 990 and is combined with 8GB of RAM and can accommodate up to 256 GB of the storage capacity. Pre-orders have been recorded for the 256 GB variant in silver.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro also features a bright 6.53-inch waterfall AMOLED display with a notch having a 32 MP selfie camera combined with a ToF sensor along with 3D face unlock hardware. At the back of this smartphone, there is a quad-camera setup with a 40 MP main camera, 8 MP telephoto, 40 MP ultra-wide cameras, and a ToF camera.
Unfortunately, according to reports, Huawei isn’t going to get back its goodwill in the eye of the US Government any sooner despite the company’s tremendous offerings. The US President, Donald Trump has confirmed this stance against Huawei’s apparently insecure 5G technology yesterday. This discussion was carried at the NATO summit while talking to other leaders of NATO. The general public has shown its concerns across the globe by declaring this behavior as hypocrisy. According to stakeholders, the hypocrites always run out screaming "Chinese robbing our information" but they totally overlook that Google has access to all of the personal information of users already.