Within days, the first anniversary of the U.S. crackdown on Huawei, which continued to grow to become the world’s second-largest smartphone brand. Huawei’s handset’s difficulty in overseas markets is Google GMS, but the problem has been solved in other ways.
Huawei recently re-launched the P30 Pro in Germany, the flagship device released in the first half of last year, using a 6.47-inch OLED display, equipped with a Kirin 980 processor, equipped with 8GB of memory plus 256GB of storage, front 32 million pixels, rear 40 million ultra-sensitive main camera plus 20 million ultra-wide angle , 8 million long-range telephoto plus TOF four camera capacity of 4200Ah.
Although this year’s P40 Pro series is more high-end and has more camera technology, the P30 Pro is a GMS-allowed service, Huawei upgraded the cream silver color color on the original basis, and the P30 Pro has been successfully revived in overseas markets.
In terms of price, the P30 Pro is also very attractive, priced at 749 euros (8GB plus 256GB, about 5700 yuan).
The first users to place an order will receive FreeBuds 3 true wireless headphones and Huawei’s CM-510 mini Bluetooth speaker, and will be able to purchase the Huawei Watch GT2 for 99 euros (about 760 yuan).
Media trustedreviews gave an interesting review of Huawei’s re-launch of the P30 Pro, which means Huawei has found smart and legal vulnerabilities and reused GMS.
This isn’t the first time Huawei has done so, having tried a similar example last September, and reintroducing phones that can legally use GMS to attract the market.