Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, released its latest flagship series, Mate 30 series some months ago. Given that this series does not use Google Mobile Services (GMS), its sales outside China has been slow. Nevertheless, the company recently announced that this series has sold 7 million units globally within two months. Though the Huawei Mate 30 Pro does not use GMS, it is already available in Singapore, Spain, and the Philippines, but the sales are limited. Now, this smartphone will be available in France and the pre-order will commence on December 9.
According to the report, the Mate 30 Pro will sell for about 1099 euros ($1213) only sold on Huawei’s official website. This is the first speculation that Huawei will bring this smartphone to the French market. On the contrary, there are various signs that Huawei’s latest flagship may withdraw from the French market. However, the latest official news shows that Huawei will not withdraw from the French market but will also bring the Mate 30 Pro without GMS.
According to reports, this should be the first Android phone that will enter the French market without Google Mobile Services. Do you think the French market will accept the Mate 30 Pro without GMS? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below