Even yet a P40 is accessible now, Huawei has surprisingly usually announced a ‘new’ chronicle of a 2019 flagship. But what accurately is new with a Huawei P30 Pro New Edition? Let’s take a demeanour and see.
It has entrance to Google Play, something we won’t find on a P40 series
Of course, a biggest reason for plump for this over a newer Huawei P40 Pro is entrance to Google’s Play Store and all a advantages that come with it. Due to Huawei’s ongoing issues with a US, a P40 doesn’t have GMS nor approach entrance to a Play Store. This means apps like YouTube, Play Movies and Netflix don’t work as expected, even with certain workarounds.
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As a P30 Pro ‘New Edition’ isn’t unequivocally a new phone it has managed to keep entrance to these critical services. It also ships with EMUI 10.1, Android 10 and Huawei App Gallery.
More RAM, yet a aged chipset
The usually genuine ascent in terms of specs is a small some-more RAM. 8GB sits inside, that is indeed a same as a chronicle of a Huawei P40 Pro we reviewed. There is also 256GB of inner storage.
Everything is a same, though. There is a 4200mAh battery, 40w charging and a Kirin 980 chipset. These are ideally good specs and deliberation how most we favourite a P30 Pro when it debuted it should still perform well.
A new P40-inspired colours
In a UK, you’ll be means to squeeze a New Edition of a P30 Pro in a new Silver Frost paint that does demeanour rather sharp in a press shots. The rest of a phone looks a same.
How most does a Huawei P30 Pro New Edition cost?
The Huawei P30 Pro New Edition launches in a UK from Jun 3 (Silver Frost paint only), from a Huawei Store and retailers for £699. The Huawei P30 Pro New Edition also comes with a giveaway Huawei Watch GT2e.
That cost puts it in a mark going adult opposite inclination with distant newer internals like a OnePlus 8 (which has 5G and a 90Hz display) and usually £100 reduction than a glorious Samsung Galaxy S20.