The world’s first tri-camera smartphone coming our way from a top brand was announced at the end of March. The Huawei P20 Pro along with the Huawei P20 were uncovered at a special conference held in Paris. Later, in April, they launched in China as well. There are other markets where it has been appeared such as India and Taiwan. But there was no hint the P20 Pro will make its way to Japan. Yesterday, the manufacturer announced the handset will go on sale in this market this summer.
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According to Huawei’s official news, the Huawei P20 Pro was officially unveiled yesterday at NTT DoCoMo’s 2018 Summer New Product Launch Conference. It is reported that this phone will be fully sold in Japan through DoCoMo in late June.
The manufacturer has set a goal to ship over 20 million units of the P20 series. Seems nothing could prevent of achieving this goal because wherever it launches, it takes only a few seconds to get a status of ‘out of stock.’ Not accidentally, its sales reached 316% of P10 plus sales. And all these results are recorded without an availability in the US.
Those who are not acquainted with the key features of the Huawei P20 Pro may surprise how this smartphone could win the world. But the truth is, the P20 Pro is considered to be one of the best devices around the globe. Look, among its selling points we can find a 6.1-inch full-screen display, a Kirin 970 AI chip, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of ROM, 4000mAh battery, 40MP + 20MP + 8MP camera, and it runs on EMUI 8.1 pre-installed based on Android 8.1 depth customization.