The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are finally available today. Since their official presentation on March 27th, interested buyers who have already placed their pre-orders were literally dying of impatience, so much so that the critics were flattering about the two new flagships of the Chinese manufacturer, especially regarding the photo section.
It should be remembered that both terminals display high-flying data sheets. The P20 features a 5.8-inch screen with 2244×1080 pixel resolution with an edge-to-edge display and a notch on the top edge like the iPhone X. It has a Kirin 970 SoC with its own NPU (Neural Processing Unit) for artificial intelligence as well as 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. It also has a double photo sensor 20 + 12 Mp.
The Huawei P20 Pro features a 6.1-inch screen with the same resolution as its little brother, a Kirin 970 Soc, this time with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It shines especially in the photo section thanks to its triple sensor (20 Megapixel Monochrome, 40 Megapixel RGB and 8 Megapixel module with 5X hybrid zoom) which far outperforms all current smartphones such as iPhone X or Galaxy S9.
Unfortunately, the data sheet for this model is also very expensive: the P20 is priced at €649 compared to €899 for the P20 Pro. That means that small budgets will have to be patient… Moreover, the price comparator Idealo provides an estimate of the price evolution of the two terminals over the next few months, based on the tariffs of the previous Huawei models (above).
According to the site, the P20 Pro could see its price drop below 700 euros within nine months, while the P20 would fall below 500 euros in the same time. The comparator even offers to create price alerts on both smartphones to be informed of a decrease by an amount predefined by the user. Alternatively, it is possible to follow the evolution of the price of the P20 and to monitor the price of the Huawei P20 Pro on the Idealo website.