Last month, Huawei confirmed via press release that the Mate 50 Pro will soon be available in the Eurozone starting at €1,299, or €1,399 with 512 GB of storage. Since Huawei confirmed that the Mate 50E and Mate 50 RS Porsche Design will not come to Europe, and no further decision for the Mate 50 is apparent, the Mate 50 Pro is the only representative of the series. Although this is the case, Huawei has lowered the price of the Mate 50 Pro between last month’s announcement and now.
Furthermore, Huawei seems to abandon the 512 GB version of the Mate 50 Pro for the time being. Currently, the device can only be ordered in the Euro zone with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, and in the colors black and silver. The FreeBuds Pro 2 can also be configured in light blue, silver, and white, while Huawei is also offering the Watch FIT 2, Watch GT Runner, and a warranty extension plan with discounts if the Mate 50 Pro’s only storage configuration is ordered. According to Huawei’s website, pre-orders will begin shipping on November 10. More details about Huawei’s latest flagship can be found in our article about the Mate 50 Pro launch.
Specifically, Huawei has positioned the Mate 50 Pro at 1,199 Euros, which is still a lot for a smartphone, let alone one that does not have Google Mobile Services (GMS). In addition, Huawei has decided to include a pair of FreeBuds Pro 2 earbuds with initial orders, which further lowers the price of the Mate 50 Pro, even if you still have to pay 1,199 euros. By comparison, Huawei usually sells the FreeBuds Pro 2 for around 180 Euros in the Eurozone.
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