Huawei has found a novel approach to keep Google apps on a flagship smartphones – only re-release aged handsets like a P30 Pro as a code new edition… again.
The latest new chronicle of a phone offers a same pattern as a original, though now has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It now runs Android 10 out of a box and has some new colour options.
So, given a P40 Pro is out there and a P30 Pro is good over a year old, because is Huawei relaunching it for a second time? Well a organisation says it is celebrating a anniversary of a release, though we all know that’s not unequivocally a case.
Simply put: this was a final flagship phone a association expelled before a United States imposed trade restrictions on Huawei, preventing it from regulating Google’s apps and services.
Related: Does a Huawei P40 have Google?
Newer inclination like a P40 Pro can still use a open source chronicle of Android, though not Google Mobile Services. That means no Play Store, no Gmail, Chrome, YouTube apps, etc.. The new chronicle of a P30 Pro stays giveaway from a restrictions, definition those purchasing a phone will have a full Android experience.
In a press release, a association writes: “The HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition keeps a iconic pattern though comes with 3 new overwhelming colour options: Silver Frost, Aurora and Black. The device also welcomes extended storage and comes versed with EMUI 10.1, upheld by Android 10, Google Mobile Services (including Google Play Store) and a Huawei AppGallery.”
It’ll go on sale in Germany initial and inaugural on Jun 1. In a UK it will arrive on Jun 3 and cost from £699. Those gnawing adult a ‘New Edition’ will also get a giveaway Huawei Watch GT2e if they sequence before a finish of June.
It’s a second time a association has pulled this trick, carrying finished so in Sep final year too. So distant it’s proof effective. See we in 6 months time for a Huawei P30 Pro New (New, New) Edition?