At a lavish Paris event, Huawei has unveiled the Huawei P30 – one of two flagship phones for 2019. We’ve rounded up where you can pre-order this stylish smartphone right now including how you can also get a free Sonos One multiroom speaker.
Launched alongside the Huawei P30 Pro, the Huawei P30 will be the likely choice for anyone not wanting quite as large a phone, and certainly one without as large a price tag; coming in at £699 SIM-free to the Pro model’s £899.
Huawei has never shied away from a tasty pre-order bonus, and it’s pulled a corker out the bag for the Huawei P30. Currently, if you pre-order a HuaweiP30 you can claim a free Sonos One speaker. These alone have an RRP of £199, making this a great incentive.
Right now, the absolute best deal to beat is from Mobile Phones Direct. With 60GB of data and absolutely nothing to pay upfront and just £36 a month, it checks all the right boxes. Round that off with the free Sonos One speaker promotion and you’ve got an unbelievable Huawei P30 deal that’s going to take some beating.
But you’ll want to act fast because the free Sonos One promotion only lasts until April 4th…
Huawei P30 Deals
Currently the top deal to beat with absolutely nothing to pay upfront and loads of data. Pre-order before April 4th and you can claim a free Sonos One speaker.
You can save an impressive £75 by going SIM-free and still qualify for a free Sonos One.
Related: Huawei P30 Pro deals
What you need to know about the Huawei P30
Like the Huawei P20 before it, the Huawei P30’s biggest draw is its camera system. Huawei has once again partnered with famed German optics experts Leica. There are three cameras on the back, and supports up to 3x zoom to get you closer to the action. There’s also an ultra-wide mode to capture more in the frame.
Huawei has said the sensor is 125% larger than iPhone XS Max and Galaxy S10 Plus meaning more light. With upwards of 102400 ISO as well, this means the light sensitivity can rival many dedicated DSLR cameras. The other innovation is a RYYB (red, yellow, yellow, blue) sensor, which Huawei calls Super Spectrum, once again allowing the capture of more light.
Alongside an F1/.8 lens, the Huawei P30 should be a very capable low-light performer, something the company went to great lengths to show off at the announcement press conference. There’s also HDR+, which uses some AI smarts to boost the colours courtesy of the Kirin 980 chipset.
Beyond the camera, there’s a 6.1-inch OLED display with a ‘drewdrop’ front-facing selfie camera. That’s a more attractive option than a notch like on the iPhone XS. There’s also an in-display fingerprint sensor so the front remains even more uninterrupted and attractive. You can read more about the Huawei P30 in our hands-on.
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