Just as Xiaomi is cutting the price of the Redmi K20 Pro Premium in preparation for the launch of their Mi 10 and Redmi K30 series, so is Huawei tidying up its shop too. We have this in form of a price cut on the current P30 series in the market as we expect to have a P40 series lineup soon.
Those who have been interested in getting the Huawei P30 Pro with 8GB RAM and a massive 256GB storage space will now have to shell out the equivalent of $589 to make that happen. Note that this is the same device that sold for a premium $890+ when it launched last year.
As a refresher, the new price gets you one of the best devices on the market right now with a 6.7-inch screen sporting a curved OLED Full HD+ display. The screen is also designed to carry a fingerprint reader, while also having a kind of tech that allows sound to be played through it.
As is usual with Huawei, they have their own Kirin 980 chipset under the hood, and it is made under the highly efficient 7nm process. On the back of the phone, we have a tri-camera setup with a 40MP snapper at the head of it. That is supported by a 20MP ultrawide lens and a supporting 8MP sensor. For selfie lovers, there is a 32MP selfie camera on board.
This is one of the Huawei phones that still has the range of Google apps on board, and it has the Android 9 Pie out of the box. To round it all up, there is a 4200mAh battery to keep the lights up.