With the initial batch of Mate 30 Pro’s sold out, the device is now back in stock in Poland.
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Last month, Huawei launched the Mate 30 Pro in Poland in very limited quantities, with only 100 units for the whole country. The company eventually managed to sell those 100 units and didn’t mention whether they would be restocking it or not. Well, following the launch of their latest flagship phone in Portugal, the Mate 30 Pro is back in stock in Poland, this time without limited quantities. As last time, it is currently only available through Huawei’s online store and their Experience Store in Warsaw.
The version sold is, once again, the same, being 4G, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of internal storage and Space Silver. Pricing-wise, Huawei is asking 4 299 Polish złoty (PLN), the same as during the pre-order period last month, which corresponds to roughly 1 000 euros. Furthermore, all those ordering it between the 8th and the 19th of January can get the FreeBuds 3 for 1 PLN extra, instead of the 699 [~165€] they cost.
During the pre-order period, customers accepting to provide feedback could also get the Watch GT 2, on top of getting a free VIP service which included a free replacement of the screen/backcover in the first 6 months since the date of purchase. While the Watch GT 2 promotion is not available anymore, customers can still sign-up to the VIP service and get a Huawei Band 4 for 1 PLN, with the band being worth 169 PLN [~40€].
While we are at it, we thought we would mention how Huawei’s Polish store actually sells the Swarovski case for the P30 Pro, case that was announced with the launch of the P30 series last year and then never seen in our market [Western Europe]. In Poland, the manufacturer is charging 139 złoty for it [~30€], which is surprisingly cheap, compared to the 599 yuan [~77€] they charged for it in China.
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