Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro quietly launched earlier this month in Poland.
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It appears Huawei quietly launched the Mate 30 Pro in Poland earlier this month. We came across this information while working on our P Smart Pro article, device that also launched recently in Eastern Europe. Focusing on the Mate 30 Pro, this one was available on pre-order between December 9th and December 15th, with the company asking 4 299 PLN (Polish złoty) for it, being roughly 1 000 euros.
The variant available was, once again, the model launched in Spain, France or Italy, being the 4G version in Space Silver, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
The launch of this flagship device comes together with some rather impressive promotions. For instance, customers pre-ordering the device can get the FreeBuds 3 for 1 PLN extra, on top of the VIP service, similar to what the company already offered in other markets such as the BeNeLux. With this VIP service, customers have the right to a 1-time free replacement of the screen or the backcover if broken, but, of course, limited in time, being within 6 months since the purchase date. Furthermore, and just as in Germany, customers willing to provide feedback to Huawei on their purchase will be able to get the Huawei Watch GT 2 for 1 PLN, lowering the price of the phone even more. Of course, on the other hand, the Mate 30 Pro comes without Google Mobile Services, which, for many customers, is a limitation.
This initial batch is limited to only 100 units for the whole country, with availability either through Huawei’s online store or via the Huawei Experience Store in the capital, Warsaw.
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