WSJ: Huawei Increases Mate 60 Pro Orders
In the ever-evolving world of smartphones, the recent launch of the Huawei Mate 60 Series has caused quite a stir. As of September 1st, the device has seen impressive sales figures, igniting curiosity about Huawei’s ultimate goals for this flagship product.
According to a notable blogger’s report, the Mate 60 Pro, available for 6,999 yuan, has garnered an estimated 800,000 sales, exclusively through Huawei Mall and Jingdong Mall, as well as offline channels in Shenzhen. It’s important to note that this figure only accounts for one model in the Mate 60 Series, and it doesn’t include purchases from regional agents and dealers, further emphasizing its popularity.
What’s even more intriguing is the news from the Wall Street Journal, revealing that Huawei has raised orders ranging from 15 to 17 million units for the Mate 60 Pro alone. This impressive demand has only continued to grow since the initial launch. Dealers are gearing up for a widespread release of the Mate 60 Pro in Huawei’s offline stores starting September 10.
In addition to the Mate 60 Pro, rumors are swirling about the upcoming release of the Mate 60 Pro+ and the Porsche-designed Mate 60 RS version, complementing the standard edition. With this quartet of offerings, Huawei seems poised to compete head-to-head with Apple’s iPhone 15 Series when it hits the market.
The Mate 60 Series’ remarkable performance in a competitive market segment has stirred optimism among analysts about Huawei’s resurgence in the domestic high-end smartphone market. As the series continues to gain momentum and anticipation builds for its expanded lineup, it’s clear that Huawei has once again become a major player in the world of premium smartphones.