Chinese online stores witnessed the record-breaking sell-out of the highly sought-after Huawei Mate 60 Pro yesterday
Huawei is set to sell millions of phones from the new Mate 60 series, which come as a pleasant surprise due to their impressive features. This launch also comes amidst rumors of a breakthrough in the production of new generation processors under Huawei’s own direction. The release of these phones is fueled by a patriotic sentiment, serving as a form of resistance against the American sanctions.
The latest flagship smartphones from Huawei Technologies have unexpectedly received a warm reception in the domestic market. Domestic users, driven by patriotism as a result of the American sanctions, have shown great enthusiasm for the devices in the Huawei Mate 60 series.
A significant number of buyers view these new devices as a symbol of national pride and as evidence that the country can overcome American sanctions aimed at Huawei, the Chinese champion in IT technology.
The Mate 60 Pro is proof of Huawei’s strength
Last Tuesday, Huawei surprised the market with the launch of the new Mate 60 and the even more advanced Mate 60 Pro phone. Initially, these models were exclusively available on the Huawei online store and its physical store in Shenzhen. They quickly became available in the sales channels of independent online stores such as JD.com, Taobao Alibaba Group Holding, and their outlet stores.
The latest news is that the Huawei Mate 60 Pro has sold out on JD.com and Taobao online stores since Monday. The official Huawei Vmall online store is set to release a new batch of devices for purchase in the early evening, following the complete sell-out of the previous batch of phones.
According to the South China Morning Post, when a reporter visited a Huawei store in Shenzhen’s Nanshan district last Tuesday, shortly after the Mate 60 series was released, there were already about 25 customers queuing up to buy the phones.
Are you also interested in getting your hands on the new Mate 60 model, or do you believe that this is all just euphoria and an inflated story intentionally created to demonstrate China’s ability to successfully develop its own devices with equally impressive features, despite the US sanctions?