Huawei’s new phones have different pricing for Asian market
We’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of Huawei’s new P20 series of phones, which include the P20 and the P20 Pro in the Philippines. But when we attended the launch of the two devices in Paris, France, we were a little concerned with the company’s initial pricing, considering they retailed for around 649 Euros and 899 Euros when they were first announced. Directly converting the price meant that the P20 had a Php 42K retail price, with the P20 Pro going even higher, at 58.2K.
But it looks like Asian customers will have vastly different pricing as the P20 Pro was listed at just RM 3,299 or Php 44.2K in Malaysia. While local pricing is not yet available, one local retailer has confirmed that the P20 and P20 Pro would retail lower than 50K and 40K, respectively.
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According to Tek Yap, the P20 Pro would have a sticker price of 4x,xxx with the P20 having a retail price of Php 3x,xxx. We wouldn’t be surprised if the P20 Pro here in the Philippines would have a lower price tag than in Malaysia, as our country has had traditionally lower prices for Huawei’s phones compared to the rest of the region.