And it’s not just a reduction as the online retailer is also offering customers the chance to pay for this device in monthly instalments meaning.

This means you can pop the Mate 20 Pro in your pocket for just £98.80 per month over five months with zero per cent interest charged.

The Mate 20 Pro is a very good device that includes a 6.4-inch screen, triple rear camera, huge battery and fast processor.

There’s also reverse wireless charging and an embedded fingerprint which is tucked under the screen.

Although the Mate 20 Pro comes highly rated it is worth remembering that it will be superseded at Huawei’s keynote on Thursday.

Rumours suggest that the Mate 30 Pro will arrive packing a quadruple rear camera, even faster Kirin brains and a longer-lasting battery.

Fans may also get to see a 5G-ready model which will be able to access the latest superfast network technology.

We’ll find out more on Thursday and it will certainly be an interesting event.

It’s currently unclear what software will be installed on the Mate 30 Pro with many expecting this to be the first Huawei device to be affected by the US Google ban.

If the Mate 30 is Android-free it seems the Chinese firm will have to convince the public that its recently announced HarmonyOS software can match the might of Google and all of its popular suite of apps. is heading to the event in Munich, Germany and will bring you live updates as they happen.



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