Mar 20th, 2019 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 1:52 pm

Smartphone prices seem to be increasing these days and if you were hoping that Huawei would take note of that and do something about it, you might be disappointed to learn that will not be the case with the company’s upcoming Huawei P30 smartphones. This is based on a listing spotted on Amazon Italy (which has since been removed).

Based on the listing, it suggests that the Huawei P30 Pro will be released on the 5th of April. Given that the phones will be officially announced on the 26th of March, it’s not a stretch to think that it might be released a couple of weeks later. Note that this is for Amazon Italy which means that the 5th of April release could be for Europe and that it might be different elsewhere.

The listing has also listed the price of the phone where the 128GB model will be priced at 1,028.19 EUR, which after conversion is roughly $1,175, but whether or not pricing in the US will be based on direct conversion remains to be seen (it almost always isn’t). Other than that, the listing has also revealed and confirmed some of the specs of the phone.

This includes a Leica setup on the back, a 4,200mAh battery, and the Kirin 980 octa-core processor. Most of this is in line with previous leaks and speculation. We should have all the official details soon, so remember to check back with us next week for more updates.


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