The Huawei P30 Pro went on sale back in March and certainly made its Android rivals sit up and notice.
This groundbreaking new phone includes a swathe of bonus features such a quadruple rear camera, reverse wireless charging and an embedded fingerprint scanner which sits neatly under the huge XX-inch display.
These updates have made the P30 Pro the phone to beat in 2019 with the only thing that might put consumers off buying one is the relatively high price.
When this phone went on sale it would have you back £899 but some new deals and offers have now lowered things a little and there’s even the option to pick up a free gift when you take delivery of this Huawei flagship.
Some of the cheapest offers come via Mobiles.co.uk with contracts starting from as little as £17 per month.
The online retailer has around 12 deals which all cost less than £899 over the two-year deal which means this option is cheaper than buying the device SIM-free.
Perhaps the best of the bunch is a deal which costs £24 per month with a £295 upfront fee.
This includes 10GB of data for the price of 5GB plus there’s unlimited calls and texts with the total over two years costing £871.
if you head over to O2’s online store you’ll also find a deal which is giving customers £200 off the P30 Pro.
Prices for these contracts start from £34.40 per month.
One final from Huawei is offering a free smartwatch to anyone who buys a P30 Pro between now and the end of the month.
The Huawei Watch GT usually retails for £179 but it won’t cost fans a penny when buying a handset from a qualifying store.
This wearable features a 1.39 inch AMOLED screen, heart rate monitor and impressive 14-day battery life.
These are all fabulous offers but P30 Pro fans are being alerted to a possible issue buying this device.
A recent blacklisting from the US government has plunged the Chinese firm into a crisis with the possibility that phones may not get Google upgrades and software in the future.
Although this block is under review consumer confidence appears to have been knocked and this has hit trade-in values hard.
Express.co.uk reported last month that some devices, including the P30 Pro were worth a fraction of their original price.
Now there’s a new alert about these popular phones with one trade-in site revealing the full impact of this US ban.
Speaking about the value of Huawei devices, Jon Miller, MD of Electronics at tech trade-in site, musicMagpie, said: “Once the Google announcement had hit the news, we were inundated with trade-ins of Huawei devices – our units were up by 154% in just the 24 hours following.
“However, with so much uncertainty around the brand in the market, this caused the value of all Huawei devices to drop dramatically.
“This decrease in value has led to many Huawei owners holding onto their devices and therefore trade-ins have slowed down, because they simply can’t get the value back from them as the depreciation rate of the brand is approximately 75% across all Huawei models.
“The re-sale value is a big consideration for people because we know that trade-ins of old devices and the money they can get back is a key part to the process of upgrading to a new phone.
“The most-traded in Huawei device has been the P30 Pro which was only launched in March this year.”
If you are concerned about your phone, Huawei has posted full advice on its website with the company stating that “Nothing has changed.”