After breaking the mold with artificial intelligence stabilization and notch masks, Huawei P20 and P20 Pro went on to break records.
The two flagship phones had an amazing launch, generating more than 100 million RMB in Huawei’s Vmall within the first 10 seconds after going online. That’s more than $15 million in sales, in 10 seconds, which clearly shows that the P20 and P20 Pro are real blockbusters.
Of course, who wouldn’t want a Huawei P20 Pro? The flashy, “twilight” smartphone has not two, but three cameras on the back, and a 24MP front shooter.
This comes along with impressive hardware and software, starting with AI for video stabilization (that removes a need for a tripod) to an object recognition algorithm that can identify different types of meals.
The standard Huawei P20 costs $855, while the upgraded Huawei P20 Pro jumps to more than $1,100.
These two, alongside Huawei P20 Lite, are already available almost everywhere in the world but not the US. Unfortunately, AT&T and Verizon dropped Huawei from their offers after pressure from the US government citing security issues.