Huawei P30 Pro is cheaply pressed by middlemen Used Huawei P30 Pro phones cost to buy
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Huawei P30 Pro is cheaply pressed by middlemen Used Huawei P30 Pro phones cost to buy

Huawei P30 Pro is considered to have beautiful design and colors, good battery, good photography, even Pocketlint page called it "the best flagship of 2019". The device is sold for £ 900 ($ 1,150), equivalent to Samsung S10 +.

However, the recent fluctuations revolving around Huawei and the US have significantly affected the company's smartphones. Specifically, on one of the UK's most famous phone and merchandising sites, the Huawei P30 Pro is heavily priced.

The MusicMagpie site pays £ 100 for the used Huawei P30 Pro

In the same condition, the Galaxy S10 + is offered for £ 510 ($ 650), losing about 45% of the original price but the Huawei P30 Pro is only paid £ 100 ($ 130), which means losing nearly 90% value.

Galaxy S10 Plus 128GB is priced at £ 510

The P30 Pro has just been released at the end of the first quarter, which market research firm IDC commented, "the only bright spot from a manufacturer perspective is that Huawei, sales and market share have increased despite the reverse of the wind." The company grew impressively by 50% over the same period in 2018 and threatened to strip Samsung's first place in the smartphone market after surpassing Apple.

Huawei P20 Pro 2018 also "more grim". The entry price of the P20 Pro is only about £ 50, while Samsung's flagship 2018 is priced around £ 235, even higher than the P30 Pro.

This is a global problem, affecting Huawei in Asia. According to the Straits Times, the used Huawei phone market is heavily impacted. While most phone stores in Singapore say they still buy old Huawei smartphones, they offer cheap prices. Some even refuse to buy. Customers who are behind lead to this product business.

In the face of incidents such as being blacklisted by the US, Google withdrew its Android license, ARM cut ties, Huawei is still confident "the unfortunate situation can be solved and the top priority is to continue to bring public technology, world-class products for global customers ”.


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