ByCulley Bower 2020-02-01 783
The overseas starting price of Huawei P40 was revealed on January 31, with a price of 599 euros, or about 4585 yuan. For comparison, the Huawei P30 starts at 799 euros last year and the P30 Pro starts at 999 euros. If this price information is true, it means that the price of Huawei's P40 series may be much cheaper than that of the previous generation of models.
According to past experience, the price of Huawei mobile phones, especially flagship phones such as P series and Mate series, will be more than 1000 yuan lower than overseas versions. If the starting price of Huawei P40 is based on this exposure, the price of the Bank of China version may be more than 3500 yuan, which is expected to remain at the same price level as the P30. The Huawei P30 starts at 3988 yuan when it is launched.
But we should also pay attention to another problem, that is, the network problem. Huawei is not sure whether the P40 series is only a 5G version, or whether it uses 4G+5G 's dual-version strategy like the Mate30 series. If it is the former, it will undoubtedly be highly competitive in the market with the same starting price as last year's Huawei P30; if it is the latter, the starting price of the 5G version may be higher than the price revealed today.
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