The P30 Pro is offered in a single 8GB RAM + 128GB storage version for INR71,990 ($1,035) and you can get the Huawei Watch GT worth INR15,990 ($230) with it by paying INR2,000 ($29) extra.
The 4GB/128GB version of the P30 Lite is priced at INR19,990 ($287) while the 6GB/128GB variant costs INR22,990 ($331).
Both smartphones will be sold through Amazon.in and Croma stores across the country starting next month.
The Huawei P30 Pro is the company's new flagship smartphone, packing a Kirin 980 SoC, a 6.47-inch Full-HD+ curved OLED display and a one-of-a-kind quad camera setup at the back that offers unmatched flexibility. You can learn more about that one in our P30 Pro review and extensive camera shootout.
The Huawei P30 Lite, on the other hand, is a mid-ranger that shares little with the Pro beside the name and overall design. It's powered by a Kirin 710 SoC, packs a 6.15-inch Full-HD+ LCD and a triple camera setup (24MP + 8MP + 2MP) at the back.
Huawei has now changed the specification of the P30 Pro from their India website.. It now says the phone is the 256 GB version and not the 128 GB version as it earlier said. I think Huawei has seen my comment :-)
Honor series is also struggling to survive here.
I am sorry but where are you getting this information from? Tha Amazon India webpage has literally no information on specifications and the Huawei India page says 128gb (not 256 gb). Unboxing videos and videos of reporters who attended the event say ...