Huawei P40 Pro 1
Huawei P40 Pro 1

In case you didn’t know, despite the Coronavirus being creating several difficulties in the technological world, it seems that Huawei is not too concerned with what is going on with the epidemic.

After all, the company is currently very focused on the launch of its new range of Huawei P40 smartphones, namely the Pro version, which will have to rival Samsung’s top of the range Galaxy S20 Ultra.


We are talking about a new grand launch of Huawei smartphones, without access to Google services and applications. That is, in addition to the usual rivalry with Samsung, the Chinese giant has yet to convince consumers that this is not such a serious disadvantage as many would have you believe.

Still, it is possible that Huawei has a big advantage in the duel P40 Pro vs Galaxy S20 Ultra… The price of its new top of the range!


Therefore, it is likely that you have already seen some leaks or rumors suggesting a high price for the new P40 Pro. That is, the same exact defect that the new Galaxy S20 have.

However, new information advanced by TechBlog shows that the price can really be a good surprise for consumers who still want to see what Huawei has to offer!

After all, the 128GB version of the Huawei P40 should cost € 849, while the 256GB version of the P40 Pro should cost € 1139. In addition, we will also have the P40 Lite at 199 € and the P40 Lite at 329 €.

Yes, € 1139 remains a very high price for a new smartphone. Still, in a world where the Galaxy S20 Ultra is 210 € more expensive, Huawei has the advantage. Especially if the new P40 Pro proves that it is better at what Samsung most bet with its new top of the range, photographic performance.

However, it will be quite interesting to see how Huawei will try to convince consumers to embark on a world without Google in Europe. Something that should happen on March 26, at the ‘online’ event to present the new smartphones.

Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.

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