Aju23, 28 Mar 2018Price is all what matters... If p20 is around 20k then it's gonna rule the market...Lol 30k
Price is all what matters... If p20 is around 20k then it's gonna rule the market...
The sad truth about Indian market is it is currently driven by built up hype specially in flagship market, people don't know anything about Huawei other than some honor 7x users so sadly i think it will be a flop
Which series phones are better, Mate series or P series, anybody can tell. Thanks
I think for these features price would be around 50000 and in this pricing people would rather buy galaxy s8 or iphone 8,
Huawei should focus more on 25000 category.. this range is quite affordable for middle class Indian and and currently overcrowded with crappy oppo vivo mobiles..
The HUAWEI P20 and HUAWEI P20 PRO are coming out, but can the people there afford it? That's the question
AnonD-658415, 28 Mar 2018Other than the camera, which is ridiculously great, they don't offer much. The P20 flagships are the only ones offer something fresh and new compared to the competitors that do minor upgrades each year.
[deleted post]Lol. What is the problem then? Its called freedom of speech, right?
[deleted post]you know, i think people have the right ot critiscize things even if they don't have the keans to buy them, it provides an outsiders opinion , and please don't generalise a whole country's opinions and reactions, even if you don't like some of them....
AnonD-658415, 28 Mar 2018Other than the camera, which is ridiculously great, they don't offer much. agreed digvijay.one ....! still its the most fresh phone that will come out this year on paper at-least, all over i m impressed.
AnonD-748011, 28 Mar 2018Too bad that 99% of india's population, wont afford this phone LOLEven if we assume you are correct (though you are not). That makes around 12 million population that can afford it and that is plenty.
Other than the camera, which is ridiculously great, they don't offer much.