Huawei: Todavía no hay Android 11 a la vista, ¿un problema con las licencias caducadas?

The Huawei Mate 30 series appears in the first European online stores

Huawei: No Android 11 in sight yet, a problem with expired licenses?

It’s already a huge success in China, but Huawei isn’t reliant on Google’s range of services there either. Therefore, the launch on the European market has been delayed or is still not entirely clear. The first European online stores now include the Mate 30 series in full. So it doesn’t seem to be here […]


It’s already a huge success in China, but Huawei isn’t reliant on Google’s range of services there either. Therefore, the launch on the European market has been delayed or is still not entirely clear. The first European online stores now include the Mate 30 series in full. It doesn’t seem to be a bug, because the Romanian Quickmobile lists a total of 10 examples.

Huawei Mate 30: starting signal for Europe?

In different colors, of course, and the Mate 30 is also available with 6 or 8 GB of RAM. The larger Mate 30 Pro also offers multiple colors, in addition to variants with 128 or 256 GB internal data storage. The smaller version of the Mate 30 should be available for € 799, while the even better equipped Mate 30 Pro starts at € 1099. With this information, the Romanian prices coincide by a small difference.

Well, is this the market launch in Europe? Regarding availability, the online store lists “in 7 days at the supplier”. Theoretically, it would be the following week or the following week. Perhaps by then there will be more to do with the information situation. As already mentioned in the introduction, there are no official Google services for the Mate 30 series yet and the unofficial ways have also become more difficult.

Huawei Mate 30 (Pro) presented: Available from 799 euros