Huawei had announced the P20 and P20 Pro flagship phones in Europe on March 27. The Chinese manufacturer is now working on bringing the P20 series to more markets like China, Taiwan and India. Huawei has recently confirmed through its official Weibo account that the P20 series will be unveiled in China on April 12 at 2:30 PM local time. Fresh information reveals that the company will be launching the P20 and P20 Pro in Taiwan on April 19.
According to a Taiwanese publication, the 5.8-inch Huawei P20 may hit the Taiwanese market with a price tag of 20,990 TWD (~$718) and the larger 6.1-inch Huawei P20 Pro may carry a pricing of 26,990 TWD (~$924). Earlier rumors had claimed that the latter could be costing around 30,000 TWD (~$1,027). The publication claims that the leaked pricing could be different from the final pricing that is expected to get announced on April 19.
As far as Chinese release of the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro is concerned, fresh reports claim that the P20 would be available with a starting price of 4,088 Yuan (~$651). On the other hand, the P20 Pro is pegged to carry a starting price of 5,288 Yuan (~$848). The first sales of the P20 and P20 Pro is expected to begin at 18:08 PM on April 12.
The Chinese market will be also receiving the Mate RS Porsche Design smartphone that is equipped with 512 GB storage, P20 Pro’s triple camera setup, 18:9 aspect ratio display and dual fingerprint scanner. It is expected to be available in China for 10,000 Yuan (~$1,590).
Huawei is also teasing the arrival of P20 and P20 Pro in India through its Indian Facebook and Twitter accounts. However, it is yet to reveal the launch date for P20 series for India. Also, there is no information available on the Indian pricing for P20 and P20 Pro. In Europe, the P20 and P20 Pro are respectively priced at 649 euros (~$792) and 899 euros (~$1,113).