Huawei could launch soon P30 Pro New Edition, a revised version of the smartphone released in March 2019. The choice to propose the same device, perhaps with some small differences, would allow the manufacturer to implement the Google services.
As is now known, Huawei was forced to give up Google Mobile Services due to the ban issued by the US government. P40 (available for purchase on Amazon), a recent top of the range, does not include these software that Android users are used to. While committed to developing a service package own (also including a virtual assistant) and an alternative to the Google Play Store, Huawei may soon present a device with Google applications.
The company is reportedly about to launch the Huawei P30 Pro New Edition. To confirm the hypothesis was the telephone operator Vodafone, which would also have anticipated one promotion linked to this smartphone. The launch should take place in a few days, perhaps a Half may.
As happened with P30 Lite New Edition (available for purchase on Amazon), the manufacturer is likely to want to offer consumers a refurbished P30 Pro. We remind you that the previous version (available for purchase) is equipped with Kirin HiSilicon 980, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory.
The brand new Huawei P40 Lite, with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, is available for purchase on Amazon.