The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro are both now official and are making waves in various markets. The devices following their initial launch in Paris back in March arrived China earlier this week where they became available for a brief flash sale earlier today on Vmall with overwhelming demand.
Official information released by the company says it raked in CNY200 million in revenue from the flash sale which ended in 10 seconds, and while there’s no word on how many units were sold during the flash sale, our estimate puts that anywhere between 30,000 and 50,000 units, depending on the model and memory configuration.
Available on Huawei own Vmall, the Huawei P30 price in China starts at CNY3,988 for the 8/64 GB model, CNY4,288 for the 8/128 GB model, CNY4,788 for the 256GB model, while the P30 Pro, on the other hand, sell for between the same CNY5,488 and CNY6,788 on Vmall, Huawei’s own e-store in China.
Outside of Vmall, information released by retailer Tmall also suggests the P30 is winning on every side. It revealed that over 3.2 million people have searched the P30 series since its first debut back in March, with more than half of the number been females.