Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro continues to impress with its stunning design and clever triple rear camera which offers a versatile photographic experience.
This phone also comes packed with a huge 4,200mAh battery, fast Kirin 980 processor and the ability to refill other devices via a technology called reverse wireless charging.
These features make this a premium phone that arrives at a premium price.
In fact, at launch, it would have set you back £899.
Luckily for Huawei fans, things are starting to drop with prices for this device crashing over the past few weeks.
Retailers such as John Lewis are selling the phone for just £749 – a saving of £150.
However, things have plummeted even further with Amazon listing this flagship for as little as £679 – that’s over £200 off that original £899 price.
This makes the Mate 20 Pro a lot more affordable and could certainly be a very tempting upgrade.
If you’re unsure about upgrading to the Mate 20 Pro you can read our full review here but in summary, we said, “Whatever your phone is capable of, chances are the Mate 20 Pro can do it better.
“The Chinese flagship is by far the most innovative of 2018 thanks to its futuristic in-display fingerprint reader, surprisingly functional reverse wireless charging feature and flexible array of cameras.
“If Huawei’s P20 Pro spiked your interest in Huawei, the Mate 20 Pro is taking things to the next level. Those wanting the ultimate Android device would be wise to pay it plenty of attention.”
There’s no word on why Huawei’s flagship is being dropped in price but it could have something to do with the impending launch of the P30 Pro.
This new device is expected to replace the current P20 Pro which is now almost a year old.
If all the latest rumours are true this could be one of Huawei’s best devices to date and could even eclipse the Mate 30.
Although not confirmed it’s thought the P30 Pro will arrive with four rear cameras which will make it one of the best devices for photography fans.
Other extras look set to include a massive battery and an all-screen design which will cover the entire front of the phone.
Huawei is holding its launch event on March 26 in Paris so there’s not to find out exactly what’s coming from the Chinese firm.
Published at Sat, 16 Mar 2019 06:18:00 +0000