The China prices of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro which were announced two days ago at an event in Paris has surfaced. The P30 will be offered in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options, whereas the Pro variant will come in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage variants.
The Chinese variants of these smartphones will have 8GB RAM in tow, unlike their global counterparts that are also offered with 6GB RAM. The P30 starts at CNY3,988 whereas the P30 Pro starts at CNY5,588. You can check out the table below for more information with a breakdown of RAM and storage.
|8GB RAM + 64GB storage||CNY3,988 ($593)|
|8GB RAM + 128GB storage||CNY4,488 ($667)|
|8GB RAM + 256GB storage||CNY4,988 ($741)|
|Huawei P30 Pro|
|8GB RAM + 128GB storage||CNY5,588 ($830)|
|8GB RAM + 256GB storage||CNY6,288 ($935)|
|8GB RAM + 512GB storage||CNY6,988 ($1039)|
This P30 duo is already listed on VMall for pre-orders but the date of sale is currently unknown.
You can head this way to check out detailed specs of both these smartphones, and here for our detailed written review of the P30 Pro. Alternatively, you can also check out our video review of the P30 Pro attached below.
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Sure P30 has its pros. No doubts about is. But it has too many drawbacks at the same time. Far too many for the price tag. This is what I'm talking about. I'd describe Huawei flagship phones as bloody useless crappy Russian Lada cars painted in gol...