Chinese media report reveals that the Huawei Mate 60 Pro continues to grow in popularity since its launch on August 29th. On that, the Chinese supply chain industry is saying that the supply-demand for Huawei Mate 60 Series has increased from past quantity to around 15 to 17 million units.
This is a massive jump in order, which beats the past prediction of 6 million shipments. But the one thing we need to know is that this data is coming from a third-party source and it’s not official. Therefore, there might be a dispute in the original number or predictions.
According to the insiders, Huawei Mate 60 Pro sold about 800,000 units as of September 1st. This doesn’t include the pre-sale and the regional dealer’s sales. As of September 4th, the number of Huawei Mate 60 Pro reviews on the official online Huawei store – Vmall crossed 13000. These indicate the current trend in the shipment.
As of today, Huawei started selling the Mate 60 and Mate 60 Pro online and offline throughout the country. People are lined up in the queues to buy a unit. The company is selling this phone daily on Vmall and JD.com. Each day, it’s reserving more phones than any other company in China.
Aside from these, there are some sales figures from the past Mate series devices, which you can check below.
- 2014: Huawei Mate 7 (Kirin 925), priced at 2,999 yuan, with total sales exceeding 7 million units.
- 2015: Huawei Mate 8 series (Kirin 950), priced from 2,999 yuan, with total sales of approximately 6.8 million.
- 2016: Huawei Mate 9 series (Kirin 960), priced at 3,399 yuan, with total sales exceeding 10 million units.
- 2017: Huawei Mate 10 series (Kirin 970), priced from 3,899 yuan, with total sales reaching tens of millions.
- 2018: Huawei Mate 20 series (Kirin 980), priced at 3,999 yuan, with total sales of approximately 17 million units.
- In 2019: Huawei Mate 30 series (Kirin 990 5G), starting at 3999 yuan, with a total sales volume of about 20 million units. (Huawei Mate 30 series new products shipped more than 7 million units within 60 days of launch, a year-on-year increase of 75%).
- 2020: Huawei Mate 40 series (Kirin 9000), priced at 4,999 yuan, with total sales of less than 10 million units (mainly due to limited chip supply).
- 2022: Huawei Mate 50 series (Snapdragon 8+), priced from 4,999 yuan, with total sales of less than 7 million units.
If the current pace and popularity continue, Huawei might even touch the aim of 20 million units shipment alone from the Huawei Mate 60 series. However, gaining new shipments between 15 to 17 million units would also be a big win for the Huawei Mate 60 series.
(via – mydrivers)