This is anything but surprising, given Huawei's much publicized issues with offering the Mate 10 Pro through carriers in the country. In the end that didn't happen, because of pressure from US lawmakers (allegedly). You can still buy the Mate 10 Pro unlocked in the States, but that won't be the case for the P20 family.
While Huawei has made even the Mate 9 available in the US in unlocked form, it's never gone the same route for any handset in the P line, so this latest development is basically part of the company's overall sales strategy. There's a lot of paranoia in the US regarding its ties with the Chinese government, so don't expect things to change for the better anytime soon.
No I don't,I don't use a fingerprint scanner and I charge my phone at night.So,there you go.
they can still use their phones , let the other world be happy , they can watch videos on youtube how great p20 pro is ;)
Ugly notch, the phone is owful! Never buy phone with notch!