There are a few rumours flying around and one is, Huawei have partnered up with Hongqi, a marque of the FAW Group (one of China’s Big Four car makers), to roll out their premium range (gsmarena.com), so do you think their new designs will be similar to their previous Porsche design? We will keep you posted.
Two weeks ago we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S20 (The Samsung Galaxy S20 Series has landed) and we boast about its camera but the P40 Pro’s camera could make the Galaxy S20 Ultra seem a bit average. Its five cameras and 1.28” 52MP senor (RYYB) main module with ultra-wide 1/1.5” 40MP angle sensor, makes this smartphone truly amazing.
A big issue for Huawei is the United States of America’s decision to blacklist the company last year. So how does it affect us in the UK? Well this would be the first phone to go without any Google software i.e. apps, Gmail and Google Maps which are very popular. Will this have an impact on sales? At mpaonline, we think it will. But you will never know.
So, lets get to the bottom line, yes you guessed it, price. Huawei has not officially announced a price but judging on the price of their previous generation phones (P20 retailed for £599, P20 Pro for £799, P30 for £699 and P30 Pro £899), we are guessing the Huawei P40 model will be priced at £799 and the Huawei P40 Pro model will be roughly £999.
March has been an exciting month for phone launches and we cannot wait to stock the accessories for them. As soon as we receive more information at our mpaonline HQ, we will let you know.