Amazon has revealed the launch date of Huawei P30 Pro. The retailer had accidentally posted the listing for the phone but it has been taken down now and showed a release date of 5th April. It is expected that the device will be going to unveiled along with Huawei P30 Pro during the press event scheduled for 26th March. Amazon will sell this P30 for 1028.19 EUR, including VAT and that is equivalent to $1,168 USD on the basis of current exchange rates.
While Amazon is showing Huawei P30 pro will be powered by the Kirin 980 chip, the same chip in Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The phone is equipped with 8GB RAM, 128 GB of storage and 4200mAh of batter that will be responsible to keep the lights on. Quad camera set up in the back and it also includes four Leica cameras. A 40MP primary snapper, 20Mp ultra-wide lens, Time-of-Flight sensor, and 8MP telephoto lens. The camera offers 10x hybrid zoom and 32MP front-facing selfie snapper. Besides all this, the box contains a USB-C headset, charger, a type-C cable, micro USB to the type-C adapter.
Huawei could end up the top smartphone manufacturer in the world by the end of this year
Last year, in early 2018, both AT&T and Verizon planned to offer Huawei Mate 10 Pro and that could have been a very big win for Huawei. But unfortunately, both carriers baked out from their offers and there are many who believe that the U.S government has to something to do with this. Lawmakers are concerned about the Huawei phones and the networking gear includes back doors that penitently spy on corporations and consumers. However, the founder and company chairman of Huawei both denied all the allegations.
Meanwhile, Huawei does not stop to rack up to huge sales of its high-end models such as P30 Pro and later in this year, it will going to unveil the Mate 30 Pro. Are there any chance for Huawei to leapfrog over Samsung and Apple with these two handsets? What do you think about that, share with us in the comment section.
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