The Huawei P40 Pro would be sold at the starting price of 999 €, reveals a famous informant. For its part, the standard variant would be sold from € 799, or € 200 less. We take stock.
This March 24, 2020, Roland Quandt, journalist at Winfuture, posted everything you need to know about the Huawei P40 and P40 Pro. Initially, the man returned to the data sheet of the two smartphones and corroborated the information disclosed by Ishan Agarwal, an Indian informant. As expected, the P40s are powered by the Kirin 990 5G SoC designed by HiSilicon supported by 8 GB of RAM.
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A starting price of € 799 for the standard P40
In his summary, Roland Quandt reveals above all the price of the range in Europe. Quandt’s information is consistent with the price list shared by the Chinese leaker Teme. On the European market, the standard Huawei P40 will therefore be sold at the starting price of € 799, like the standard P30 in 2019.
For its part, the Huawei P40 Pro will be marketed from 999 €. Huawei should explain this difference of 200 euros compared to the P40 by the integration ofa 90 Hz screen, a fourth photo sensor on the back and a 4200 mAh battery (compared to 3800 mAh for the standard variant) with the 40W Supercharge (against a quick recharge of 22.5w for the P40).
In addition, the Pro variant benefits from 256 GB of internal storage, against only 128 for the standard P40. The P40 Pro is sold at the same starting price as the P30 Pro last year. Please note, the prices disclosed by Roland Quandt only concern the German market. It is not impossible that the rates vary from a few tens of euros depending on the country.
As a reminder, Huawei will also launch a P40 Pro Premium Edition, an ultra high-end edition with 5 photo sensors on the back, to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. Luxury oriented, this ceramic variant should be offered at a price of around 1200 euros.
Huawei will present the new P40s at an online conference on Thursday March 26, 2020 at 2 p.m. Pending official information, feel free to comment on the range in the comments below.