After the United States government included Huawei in its entity list, the future of the company has been a topic of debate. While many believe that Huawei will be going under soon if it does not strike a deal with the US, Indians does not seem to care. Ritesh Ghosal, Croma’s chief marketing officer, one of India’s leading retail giants, said that “with its innovative and differentiated products, Huawei’s mobile phone demand in India is still very strong and is one of the most sought-after brands in the Indian market.”
Mr. Ghosal further said that Huawei P30 Pro users are not worried about the Android system. He said that the device will soon receive dual-view video, AR measurement, and security patch updates. According to recent information, the Huawei P30 Pro was launched in India on April 15 and sold for INR 71990 (∼$1031).
One of the biggest highlights of the smartphone is the camera. It comes with a quad camera setup which includes a 40MP super-sensing camera, 20MP super wide-angle camera, 8MP periscope telephoto camera, and Huawei ToF camera. In the core configuration, the Huawei P30 Pro uses a 6.47-inch 2340 × 1080 display with a Kirin 980 processor, a front-facing 32MP sensor, and a battery capacity of 4200 mAh. As of now, we do not know how effective this ban will be on Huawei’s devices. Although, there are reports that Huawei is preparing Ark OS or HongMeng OS, the exact faith of this system is not known.