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Huawei P40 Pro, P30 Pro, Mate 30 Pro, others see price tags slashed by up to US$150

The Huawei P40 Pro Plus also gets a discount. (Source: Huawei)
The Huawei P40 Pro Plus also gets a discount. (Source: Huawei)
For some reason, Huawei has suddenly started selling its phones for cheaper in China. The company is currently discounting most of its current lineup—including the P40 Pro Plus—by up to US$150. This also means the P30 Pro can now be had for under US$500.
Ricci Rox,

Huawei launched the P40 Pro months ago as its photography-focused flagship for the year. It has since followed it up with the P40 Pro Plus that offers even more impressive zoom capabilities. With the Mate 40 Pro looming on the horizon, however, Huawei is now discounting the P40 Pro in China.

In fact, the P40 Pro isn't the only phone to enjoy the discount, as it's currently up for a whole bunch of Huawei and Honor devices, including the Mate 30 Pro, Nova 7, Nova 7 Pro, P30, P30 Pro, Honor 9X, Honor X10, Honor 30 Pro, and Honor 30 Pro. It's an enormous list, really. 

For the P40 Pro, the base price tag drops from CNY 5,988 (US$840) to CNY 5,299 (US$741), which makes for a sizeable US$100 discount. For the Mate 30 Pro, base prices drop from CNY 5,899 (US$825) to CNY 5,099 (US$715). The P30 Pro's base price tag drops from CNY 4,488 (US$630) to CNY 3,399 (US$475).

The image below lists all phones and associated discounts. 

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Ricci Rox, 2020-07-26 (Update: 2020-07-26)
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