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Poll: Which Huawei P20 version would you buy?

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The P20 family has arrived, and you might be a little upset if you're a Huawei fan living stateside, as the availability of these devices is looking unlikely in the US. In our poll, we want to find out your first impressions of the devices and which version has caught your eye.

As you already know, Huawei presented three versions of the P20 at its event this week in Paris, plus a surprise P20 Pro Porsche version called the Mate RS, which will be marketed at a huge  €1,695, almost $2000! At that price, it packs a Kirin 970 processor, 4,000mAh battery, 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The P20 Pro specifications aren't far off, with the same size battery, processor and RAM for €899 (around $1000), not forgetting its triple camera. 

If you're not into the pricey top-of-the-range devices, then we also have the standard version which is undoubtedly an impressive device, but without the triple camera, and if you're on an even stricter budget, then a great option would be the P20 Lite

Regardless, due to government pressures, the chances of the Huawei P20 being available through US carriers is slim, but they could still become available unlocked. If you're keen on getting your hands on a top-range Huawei device now, then the Mate 10 Pro is still an option. 

Which P20 would you buy?
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Are you dying to get your hands on one of these devices? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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  • 3
    bulitz ec Apr 4, 2018 Link to comment

    Notch? Now you see, notch you don't. Nø buy.

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  • 10
    Moussa Apr 3, 2018 Link to comment

    I just hate that they went the iPhone route, top notch right?

    bulitz ec

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    Deactivated Account Apr 2, 2018 Link to comment

    So, i voted for none of the P20 devices, because they, for me, are ugly as hell, because of the notch and the thick bezel with the fingerprint reader on the front. And no headset jack and no microSD support, so this devices are no option for me, and I have been a "fan" of Huawei untill last year .... ok the P20 lite has the last two points, never the less, it has this "design" .... and is far to expensive for what you get with the P20lite....

    bulitz ec

  • 4
    Tom Richardson Apr 1, 2018 Link to comment

    Why would I buy an electronic device from a company controlled by a communist country whose stated goal is to defeat us, at least economically?

    bulitz ec

    • Kenny Lawhorn 2
      Kenny Lawhorn Apr 1, 2018 Link to comment

      Since when have they stated that as a goal. Unless it was like 60 years ago. Also why did we send a large part of our industries to an "enemy" to make stuff cheaper for us?


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    Mobile Storey Apr 1, 2018 Link to comment

    Watting for Huawei p2o for its camera.

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    Deactivated Account Apr 1, 2018 Link to comment

    Dual cameras now triple cameras, I guess next years gimmick will be quad cameras. No thanks to either of these phones.

    bulitz ecSascha ZimmerDean L.Sorin

  • Sascha Zimmer 15
    Sascha Zimmer Apr 1, 2018 Link to comment

    The Pro version, but not because of the camaras, but for the bigger display and more RAM.

    Dean L.Sorin

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