Huawei P30 series breaks 10Mn sales record for the company

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For the longest time, Huawei have been struggling to get back to its feat as it has posted big loss numbers in its quarterly profits compared to last year. But that hasn’t stopped Huawei from innovating technologies. Earlier this year, the brand announced its Huawei P30 Series. So far the handset has proved to be quite a crowd puller instead of Android ban by Google. 

Huawei P30 Series – Record 10 Million Sales

Today, we have received a word from the brand that its Huawei P30 series smartphones have been sold more than 10 Million units globally. Interestingly, these figures have broken the earlier record of P20 series., which took 147 days to reach the 10 Million figure. 

Below, Huawei teases its P30 series talking about the innovation it brings to the market. Read about it. 

“P30 Series smartphones offer outstanding user experience with SuperSensing Leica Quad Camera, 10x Hybrid Zoom, ultra-long battery life and new color choices like Breathing Crystal and Amber Sunrise. Many top media outlets praised P30 Series as the “Best Flagship of 2019” and “Best Phone for Photography “.

Huawei claims to have invested more than 480 Billion Yuan over the past decade to establish itself as a market leader in the mobile technology innovation. Currently, in India, you can only purchase the P30 Pro and P30 Lite smartphones in India. Whereas the P30 wasn’t released in India. 

We have done a detailed review of the device as well have compared it with other flagship smartphones regarding the camera department. You can head over to our YouTube channel to watch those videos. Plus, there is a detailed review available to read in the reviews section on our website.

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