Huawei is about to unleash some very enticing Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro deals on to the market.
The Chinese firm will start offering up to £100 cashback to anyone who buys one of these devices with the discounts starting tomorrow.
Along with the flagship P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro, there’s also money back for those buying a P30, P30 Lite and P20 Pro.
To claim this reward, customers simply need to buy a device from a qualifying retailer and then head to Huawei’s website.
For the cash to be paid you’ll need you will need to provide the date of purchase, receipt number, IMEI Number and some personal details including your bank account.
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This offer means you can currently pick up a P30 Pro for £799 (after £100 reduction) or a Mate 20 Pro for £499 (after £100 cashback).
Retailers including Argos, Currys, Amazon, Carphone Warehouse, John Lewis and Mobiles.co.uk are all taking part in the scheme so there’s plenty of stores that will be accepted.
As a quick reminder here’s how each Huawei phone compares
HUAWEI P30 PRO – This device features a 6.47-inch OLED screen, Kirin 980 Octa-core Processor, quad rear camera and 4,200mAh battery.
There’s also reverse wireless charging, embedded fingerprint scanner and an IP68 splash, water, and dust resistant design.
HUAWEI MATE 20 PRO – This device features a 6.39-inch screen, triple rear camera and Kirin 980 processor.
This device also gets reverse wireless charging technology, that embedded fingerprint scanner and includes an IP68 rating.
HUAWEI P20 PRO – The older flagship packs a 6.1-inch screen, triple rear camera and less powerful Kirin 970 processor.
There’s also a large 4,000mAH battery and front-facing fingerprint scanner but no wireless charging is included.
Although these offers are good it is worth noting that the Mate 20 Pro could soon be superseded by the new Mate 30 Pro.
This upgraded device could launch as soon as next month with reports suggesting a date of September 17 has been set.
This phone could get some big upgrades including a fourth rear camera, more processing power and a bigger battery.
If Huawei is planning to unveil a new smartphone later next month then expect some official news in the coming weeks.