Yes, its quite shocking, but Huawei P30 Pro Price crashes down badly. This is how US media is trying to bring down Huawei as it is reported over the internet and word of mouth from some weeks now. The cold war between Huawei and the US has remained active form last some years and the US had been telling as well to stop using Huawei equipment as per security issues. However, this cold war became so serious for Huawei that President Donald Trump ordered all the US firms to stop any kind of trading with the Chinese tech giant. As a result, Google stepped back initially. Though this was an utter shock for the company or might be it was possible for worst, according to it, but this war turned out to be national war and many other companies including JEDEC, WiFi Alliance, SD association and ARM waved goodbye to Huawei.
Huawei P30 Pro Price Crashes Down?
The company remained confident and kept on telling its users that is working on its own operating system so it will not need Android anymore. Even for building its own play store and said they are least affected by Huawei US Ban. However, in actual Huawei has witnessed a major set back due to this overall situation but this may not be as bad as it is reported by US media. It has reported that the Price of flagship Huawei P30 Pro is crashing down abruptly which remains untrue for most markets.
When Huawei P30 Pro was launched, all the reviewers had said that this device will take over the overall smartphone industry due to its perfect design, camera, storage, and color range. It was said to be the best flagship phone of the year 2019. The US media Forbes.com taking a lead reported that a UK smartphone trading site, musicMagpie, Huawei P30 Pro, slightly used but in extremely good condition is selling in less than $130, losing 90% of its value. However, this is just one mobile and that also could be part of a well-coordinated media campaign to malign Huawei reputation.
For Huawei P30 Pro, IDC had reported that:
“the only highlight from a vendor perspective was Huawei, which made a strong statement by growing volume and share despite market headwinds… Huawei moved its way into a clear number two spot as the only smartphone vendor at the top of the market… Impressively, the company had year-over-year growth of 50%… Huawei is now within striking distance of Samsung at the top of the global market.”
Well with the trade war situation and tech media now playing a defining role, only time will tell will the Chinese tech giant Huawei be able to cope with the challenges as it has done in the past.