Huawei launched the P60 Pro and Mate X3 for international markets earlier this month. The P60 Pro, with its premium cameras, sells for £1,199 and €1,399 respectively, while the foldable Mate X3 costs £2,000 in the UK and €2,200 in continental Europe.
Huawei P60 Pro
The Huawei P60 Pro has a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset but lacks 5G capabilities or Google Services. An excellent display and camera setup as well as powerful stereo speakers are on board. If you buy the Huawei smartphone from the official Huawei store, you get a free Watch GT3, and some Huawei earbuds are slightly reduced while stocks last. UK customers can instead opt for a £100 voucher to redeem in store.
The Huawei Mate X3 also only transmits with LTE and, like the P60 Pro, does without Google Services. A Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is also installed here, which starts apps from Huawei’s AppGallery as well as Petal Maps and other internal system apps. The fact that Huawei is sticking to its own ecosystem is also due to its growth over the past three years. The Chinese now operate the third largest app store in the world. However, by far the most users still come from the home market of China.
Huawei Mate X3
There are also some early bird offers for the Huawei Mate X3. But the price of the foldable is quite an announcement. The Mate X3 can only be bought in Europe in a memory configuration with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage. Again, there’s a free Watch GT3 (46mm in black or 42mm in white) and some discounts on headphones.