Huawei quietly launched the Mate 30 Pro in the Netherlands at the end of last month, with a similar promotion to what was already done here in Belgium.
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To our great surprise, Huawei actually launched the Mate 30 Pro in the Netherlands at the end of last month, on the 21st of February, without much advertisement. The launch promotion is quite similar to what we had in Belgium, with buyers getting a free wireless charger and a flip cover case. The main difference is that the Dutch get the regular 15W wireless charger, while Belgians received the 27W wireless charger for the car.
Interestingly enough, the device is only available at the MediaMarkt Arena in Amsterdam, with an introductory price of 999€, instead of 1 099€, until the 20th of March. Once again, quantities are limited, although there’s no word on how many units the company has prepared for our neighbours, with Belgium getting an initial stock of 200 pieces. Options-wise, customers will have to settle with the same variant the rest of Europe received, which is the 4G version, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory, in its “Space Silver” colour.
Just as in Belgium and in Germany, customers who decide to keep their device can answer a few questions after 30 days of use and, in exchange, will be getting a Huawei Watch GT2 for free. The version given is the 46mm one, in black, with a value of 229€.
Of course, the Mate 30 Pro comes without Google Mobile Services (GMS) and instead has Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), with users having to rely on AppGallery instead of the usual Google Play Store.
For those interested, the full details of this promotion are available here.
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