Where the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is more depressing despite it's great piece of hardware quality is the absence of the Google Play Store where you get to download all those fancy applications you want. But Huawei has officially announced the Mate 30 Pro will be coming to the United Kingdom for a retail price of £899 (~$1,162). It is available exclusively at Carphone Warehouse and you can register your interest. And for those anxious about not having Google Play, Huawei has confirmed the phone works with third party app-stores (like Amazon's) to let you download and use popular apps. The pre-registration gets you a pair of the Huawei FreeBuds 3 and the Huawei Watch GT2 while the Stocks last. That is an interesting point that is made quite clear on the Carphone Warehouse page, along with the claim that to compensate for this there is a "VIP Support Team" available to help you. What exactly that entails though is unclear.
We just recently did an explore the Mate 30 Pro to see what a Google services-free life resembles and also the judgment is that with lots of initiative, it's an useful experience at finest however much from smooth. Instead, customers will be forced to use third-party app stores, including Huawei's App Gallery or the Amazon Appstore.
Huawei's announcement comes on the day rival manufacturer Samsung is due to unveil its own new line of flagship smartphones, as well as a new foldable device, which the company teased during a TV advert shown during the Oscars on Sunday night.
In terms of camera specifications, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G is equipped with the same top-class SuperSensing Cine Camera, which includes a 40MP SuperSensing Camera, a 40MP Cine Camera, an 8MP Telephoto Camera and a 3D Depth Sensing Camera.
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