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Huawei P30 128GB Aurora on Vodafone- Unlimited Mins/Texts 5GB Data - £24 a Month with £75 upfront @ uSwitch (24 Months)

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Posted 20th May
HUAWEI HUAWEI ALL THE WAY; SUPPORT X 100 TIMES - unlimited text and call, 5GB data and upfront cost £75

The P30 Pro boasts a massive 128Gb of internal memory and the 4,200mAh battery will keep going all day too thanks to smarter AI power management. It also supports Huawei 40W SuperCharge, so you will soon have the battery juiced up again.
  • Depth: 8.41 MM
  • Leica Quad Main Camera | 40MP + 20MP + 8MP + TOF cameras
  • Revolutionary BOKEH, Telephoto, Low Light, Multi View and Video Stablisation videography
  • Stunning 6.47 inch OLED display with FHD+ 2340*1080 pixel resolution
  • Powered by HUAWEI’s revolutionary Kirin 980, the most powerful AI chipset on the market
  • Ultra long lasting 4,200 mAh battery
  • Best Bluetooth 5.0 experience - long range high performance against interference and barriers.
  • HUAWEI's wireless reverse charge can charge devices which are out of power
  • in screen fingerpint security
  • AndroidTM 9.0 Pie | HUAWEI EMUI 9.1.0
  • 8GB RAM | 128GB ROM
  • Height: 73.4 MM
  • Network: Sim Free
  • Sim Type: Nano
  • Width: 158 MM
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I LOVE HUAWEI NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENED
Maybe worth reading the news before you buy anything Huawei related (or any Chinese brand atm)
According to Huawei there will be no issues apparently. 37685998-W0VZr.jpg
axxxr20/05/2019 15:27

According to Huawei there will be no issues apparently. [Image]


Apparently.

Honestly, now is not the time to buy potentially very expensive bricks.
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Considering the recent US announcement, this is worth staying clear of as as long as the US continue with the sanctions, no more updates to come for the foreseeable future!!!
Maybe worth reading the news before you buy anything Huawei related (or any Chinese brand atm)
Expensive phone if Android support is withdrawn, thinks I’d go with another manufacturer
I LOVE HUAWEI NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENED
According to Huawei there will be no issues apparently. 37685998-W0VZr.jpg
axxxr20/05/2019 15:27

According to Huawei there will be no issues apparently. [Image]


Apparently.

Honestly, now is not the time to buy potentially very expensive bricks.
Perhaps they will come out with their own system.
sihaworth20/05/2019 15:28

Apparently. Honestly, now is not the time to buy potentially very …Apparently. Honestly, now is not the time to buy potentially very expensive bricks.


Worse case scenario you could aways Jailbreak the device and use stock Android so it will never become a brick.
rav4cas20/05/2019 15:28

Perhaps they will come out with their own system.


They've already announced that a few months back so will likely happen now.
axxxr20/05/2019 15:27

According to Huawei there will be no issues apparently. [Image]


Sure they will honour their warranty - but this device will receive no android OS updates nor security updates from Google (the play store will still scan for malware). You will never officially see Android Q on this device nor any updates to the current version of android.

Buy this if you are happy to buy a phone that costs hundreds of pounds but will get the same level of support as a £50 bargain basement phone.


[They could sort this out but you need to work out if the gamble is worth this].
It wouldn't be an issue if you could unlock the bootloader but you can't. I'd advise to steer well clear at the moment.
axxxr20/05/2019 15:31

Worse case scenario you could aways Jailbreak the device and use stock …Worse case scenario you could aways Jailbreak the device and use stock Android so it will never become a brick.


Huawei don't allow you to unlock bootloader anymore, unfortunately.

I think funkyhuawei do provide some sort of service but it's expensive and obviously not warranty compliant.
Masterace20/05/2019 15:33

It wouldn't be an issue if you could unlock the bootloader but you can't. …It wouldn't be an issue if you could unlock the bootloader but you can't. I'd advise to steer well clear at the moment.


I'd be very surprised if Huawei didn't reverse this very quickly and provide people with the means of updating the phone themselves, as a stop gap measure at least.
ATA20/05/2019 15:26

I LOVE HUAWEI NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENED


Amen brother/sister
All current models released will continue just as before, lot's of people talking through thier hat holes here...
rav4cas20/05/2019 15:28

Perhaps they will come out with their own system.



The sensible thing for them to do would be to start shipping devices running sailfish OS,WebOS or maybe even ressurect meeGo.
GOHOHO9O20/05/2019 15:38

All current models released will continue just as before, lot's of people …All current models released will continue just as before, lot's of people talking through thier hat holes here...


Current phones will get security and app updates but no OS updates.

So they won't just continue as before to be fair. Depends how important that is you, if you're considering buying.
Murica on one again. Big brother don't like others doing well. Huawei best phone by 2.3 miles.
Time to be healthy and eat an ifruit
Cold cold cold. China is it you?
This is a brave post 😁
Nothing to worry about at all this and other Huawei devices are completely safe!

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smeeghead20/05/2019 15:25

Considering the recent US announcement, this is worth staying clear of as …Considering the recent US announcement, this is worth staying clear of as as long as the US continue with the sanctions, no more updates to come for the foreseeable future!!!


Or until the yanks come to their senses (if that's not an oxymoron) and Dump the Trump!
axxxr20/05/2019 15:52

Nothing to worry about at all this and other Huawei devices are completely …Nothing to worry about at all this and other Huawei devices are completely safe! [Image]


Don't look good for the Honor 20 and 20 pro tomorrow then. They might be safe but stuck on the same version of android for the life of the device, no thanks.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 20th May
Some good deals will be coming up to shift existing stock so hold your fire
sihaworth20/05/2019 15:43

Current phones will get security and app updates but no OS updates. So …Current phones will get security and app updates but no OS updates. So they won't just continue as before to be fair. Depends how important that is you, if you're considering buying.


Not even guaranteed security updates. Only Huawei have said that. Only confirmed by Google as far as I can see is play protect. Happy to be proved wrong (a quote from Google saying will provide OS security updates)
Edited by: "cantonbean" 20th May
sihaworth20/05/2019 15:33

Huawei don't allow you to unlock bootloader anymore, unfortunately. I …Huawei don't allow you to unlock bootloader anymore, unfortunately. I think funkyhuawei do provide some sort of service but it's expensive and obviously not warranty compliant.


Not surprised, Chinese govt wouldn't like that.
Wonder how it’s going to affect Huawei’s other types of products? Most mobile phone masts in the UK have their kit installed in them.
jaydeeuk120/05/2019 16:15

Not surprised, Chinese govt wouldn't like that.


bravo sir.
Not sure I understand the motivation of the 'optimists' who say everything will be fine. There is no sense in buying any Huawei devices until there is concrete reassurance on:
OS updates
Google security updates
Ongoing support for banking apps etc that are reliant on Play Services.*

If you are dead set on a Huawei device then the only sensible advice is to hold fire until these reassurances are forthcoming.

*(I mean, I had a device that couldnt even run Super Mario Run because it was an unapproved custom ROM that disagreed with Play Services, never mind properly security conscious apps)
Edited by: "tonyspoons" 20th May
paulj4820/05/2019 16:18

Wonder how it’s going to affect Huawei’s other types of products? Most mob …Wonder how it’s going to affect Huawei’s other types of products? Most mobile phone masts in the UK have their kit installed in them.



Our Govt don't even have the balls to stand up to the EU, let alone the Chinese Govt. Will be business as usual over here, China owns too much of our debt for us to say no to them.
ATA20/05/2019 15:26

I LOVE HUAWEI NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENED


I think your problem is that you made wrong choice in first place having bought over priced phone left you with no option but Love your phone....
jaydeeuk120/05/2019 16:22

Our Govt don't even have the balls to stand up to the EU, let alone the …Our Govt don't even have the balls to stand up to the EU, let alone the Chinese Govt. Will be business as usual over here, China owns too much of our debt for us to say no to them.


Huawei have been involved in our telecoms business for more than a decade. And now suddenly they're using it to conduct industrial scale espionage?

If they're doing it now, they've been doing it for a long time and if that's the case, I'd like to think we'd have cottoned on by now.
sihaworth20/05/2019 16:25

Huawei have been involved in our telecoms business for more than a decade. …Huawei have been involved in our telecoms business for more than a decade. And now suddenly they're using it to conduct industrial scale espionage? If they're doing it now, they've been doing it for a long time and if that's the case, I'd like to think we'd have cottoned on by now.


Well we didn't know about GCHQ and the NSA spying until Snowden released all those files. In fact if the Chinese haven't been spying I imagine their Govt will be very angry at how far behind the rest of the world they are.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 20th May
jaydeeuk120/05/2019 16:28

Well we didn't know about GCHQ and the NSA spying until Snowden released …Well we didn't know about GCHQ and the NSA spying until Snowden released all those files. In fact if the Chinese haven't been spying I imagine their Govt will be very angry at how far behind the rest of the world they are.


Sorry, when I said we, I meant our agencies, such as GCHQ, MI5 etc. Rather than the general public.

I would like to hope that our government agencies had managed to figure out the Chinese had been spying on us with their equipment for the best part of 10 years.

Maybe they have and maybe the concerns are all legitimate. But, I just can't help but feel this is all part of Trump's trade plan, rather than out of any genuine concern.
At this rate these phones will be selling for £99
It sure is going to be tough posting these Huawei deals now heh, expecting some heavy discounts in the coming weeks if this trade war nonsense doesn't settle down soon.
GOHOHO9O20/05/2019 15:38

All current models released will continue just as before, lot's of people …All current models released will continue just as before, lot's of people talking through thier hat holes here...


Except without any OS updates. Just apps.
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