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Huawei flagship phones now have this shocking lower prices

China-based company Huawei, crashed down the prices of its flagships phones which is quite shocking considering the specs.

Following the ban issue, the tech company faced a great obstacle in the market. Following its 5G launch, the government of the United States of America banned the company.

This technology is accused of creating back doors for cyber spies. Amid the issue, the Chinese tech giant stated that they are developing their own operating system and will soon have their own app store.

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The remedy, apparently, did not boost the image of the Huawei. Based on the article published in Forbes, the flagships of the tech company had shocking lower prices.

The P30 Pro model which was released just this year, initially had a price of £900 ($1150) or almost Php 60,000.

Phone trading is one of the trends in smartphones, as leading tech companies are always having their annual launch of new flagships.

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Based on the report, in a smartphone trade-in site, good condition Samsung S10+ can be traded for a loss of some 45%. It can have the £510 ($650) (almost Php 34,000) price tag.

However, when it comes to P30, even if it is still in good condition, trading in will cause you almost 90% loss of its value. You can only have your money back with £100 ($130) (almost P6,800), based on the article.

The P20 is even worse because its trade-in value is now only is £50 ( just a little over Php 3,000. On the other hand, the Samsung model which is its contender is still worth around £235  (over Php 15,000).

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