Posted March 20, 2018 13:18:23The Huawei P40, which Huawei says is the world’s thinnest phone, is still $2.25 more expensive than the P10.
That’s according to a new analysis of pricing and data from a Chinese-language retailer, and it’s a major blow to the P20, the flagship phone Huawei has been teasing with high-end specifications.
The Huawei A20 and P20 are currently the only two phones on sale with high end specifications, the retailer says.
The A20, for example, costs $3,100 more than the A20 Plus.
The P20 is the only flagship phone on sale that is currently available for sale in the US for less than $2 per month, the data suggests.
In addition to the Huawei P100 and P30, there are also two other Huawei devices in the survey: the P40 and P50.
The P20 has a starting price of $1,995.
It will be available in the United States in March, but it will likely be discontinued before then.
The P10 is also the only smartphone that is available for $2 in the States.
That is still a significant price premium, but still much cheaper than the Huawei A10, the Huawei I20 and the Huawei Q10.
The A20 is a phone Huawei announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last year, but has yet to launch.
The Huawei P30 was announced in October last year.
The company has been coy about the price of the P100, and when it first announced it, it said the phone would retail for $1.99 per month.
However, Huawei has since clarified that the P60, P70 and P90 are not available in China at that price.
Instead, the P70 is available in Europe and Australia for $3.99 a month.
Huawei also said in the same press release that the Huawei X20 is priced at $3 per month in Europe.
The $2 difference between the Huawei phones and the cheaper devices in China is a huge blow to Huawei’s plans to make phones in China that are more affordable than the phones it’s selling in the West.
It’s a big deal that the $2 price difference between these two phones is so large, and Huawei is not saying what will happen to the phones in other regions where they have higher prices.
The company has also made a big push in Europe to sell cheaper phones there.
However the difference between Huawei’s and its Chinese competitors’ pricing on the P30 and P60 means that it will be hard for Huawei to make a profit off these phones, says Sam Rainsford, an analyst with BTG Capital Markets.