When Huawei announced the P30 and P30 Pro last month, the company confirmed it wouldn’t be available in the United States, likely due to the various disagreements between the U.S. and Huawei. But as it turns out, a major retailer in the States will soon make both phones available to Americans.
B&H Photo has put the P30 and P30 Pro up for preorder in the United States. The former starts at $599 while the latter will go for $899. While they aren’t designed for U.S. soil, the devices will support AT&T and T-Mobile. Verizon and Sprint customers, however, will be out of luck. Colors include Aurora, Crystal, and black.
Huawei’s latest flagships have made headlines for boasting fantastic cameras with astonishing zooming capabilities. They also offer high-end specs and excellent battery life. It’s a shame the P30 and P30 Pro can’t be sold directly by Huawei in the U.S. because everyone I’ve talked to about the phones says they love them.
The P30 is slated to begin shipping April 26th so expect the P30 Pro to begin going out to customers around the same time.