It has been the norm that before smartphones are released, rumours supposedly spread concerning them. Well, this however is not a different scenario as there are already rumours that the Huawei P40 Pro which will be launched in March, may cost lesser than last year’s Huawei P30 Pro.
According to GSM Arena, the P40 Pro is expected to debut at €800, than the regular P40 which starts at €600. That will be €200 off last year’s Huawei P series, which sold at €1000 for the P30 Pro and €800 for the P30.
A third model, the Huawei P40 Pro Premium is being expected this year. This model is rather projected to start at €1,000 at launch. The Premium is also expected to launch with 10x optical zoom.
The reduction is due to the absence of Google Mobile Services (GMS). The price cuts may be a good direction to head, as buyers ponder on how the lack of services like Google Play Store will affect them. Time is however the only factor to answer the question bubbling in the minds of people on how long the absence of Google Mobile Services may affect Huawei.