P40 Pro

Huawei announced its brand new P40 and P40 Pro earlier today that come with four or five rear cameras, dual front cameras, stunning Quad Curve Overflow OLED displays, as well as super-quick and ultra-fast charging depending on the model. Despite the ongoing issues with the US ban which results in Huawei being unable to include Google apps and services with its new handsets, the P40 and P40 Pro are likely two of the best phones you’ll see launched in 2020. In the UK they are being stocked by Carphone Warehouse with some incredible accessories bundled in free-of-charge.

Join us after the break for more details.

If you choose to buy the Huawei P40 5G from Carphone Warehouse on contract from £41 monthly or SIM-free for £699 between now and April 6th, you’ll qualify to get a pair of Huawei Freebuds 3 worth £150 without paying an extra penny. After you’ve made your purchase, the Freebuds 3 earbuds will be delivered separately after 14-28 days of receiving your handset.

The P40 Pro brings a much juicier bundle of accessories with it including the Freebuds 3 as well as a SuperCharge Car Charger and a 40W SuperCharge Wireless Charger, worth £247 in total. The accessory bundle is included when you buy the P40 Pro on contract from £54 monthly (£29 upfront) or SIM-free for £999, with the freebies being delivered 14-28 days after receipt of the phone.

Something to remember is that the P40 and P40 Pro feature Huawei’s HMS Core and AppGallery as opposed to Google’s GMS Core and Play Store app that is usually part of every Android smartphone.

If you are on the fence about which to purchase, why not check out our specifications comparison here.

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