The Huawei P30 series will debut in China on April 11. And while the European pricing is already out, the Chinese pricing is still under wraps and it has now leaked right now. A fresh post on Weibo has shed light on the pricing of both the P30 and P30 Pro along with its variants in detail. Check it below.
The Huawei P30 will be available in three options – 8 GB RAM + 64 GB storage which is priced 3,988 Yuan ($593),. The other two variants both carry 8GB of RAM with 128GB/256GB storage and the leaked price for them is 4,488 Yuan ($667) and 4,988 Yuan ($742) respectively.
As for the Huawei P30 Pro, there’s no 6GB version at all, there’s a single 8GB RAM option. It starts with 8GB + 128GB and the leaked price is 5,588 Yuan ($831). The 256GB version could cost 6,288 Yuan ($935) and the 512GB variant could retail for 6,288 Yuan ($935) if this leak is legit.
The Huawei P30 registrations are off to a great start as a recent report stated 10 times more numbers than the Huawei Mate 20 which is great for Huawei. However, registrations aren’t the complete picture as the real story starts with pre-orders and on-shelf sales. However, the Galaxy S10+ in China now has a formidable foe.