The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are available in Malaysia since 6 April but did you know that both were only launched in their home market, China, last week? During their first day sale on 12 April, Huawei had generated over 100 million RMB (about RM61.98 million) in P20 sales within the first 10 seconds on Vmall China. While they didn’t share the specific number of units, it’s still quite a remarkable achievement, especially for a brand new flagship product.
Compared to Malaysia, Huawei has more storage and colour options for the Chinese market. Both the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are available with 64GB of storage and there’s even a larger 256GB storage option for the P20 Pro.
It is worth pointing out the P20 and P20 Pro costs more in China compared to Malaysia. The P20 with 128GB of storage is priced at RM2,599 but it costs 4,288CNY (about RM2,656) in China. Meanwhile, the triple-camera P20 Pro with 128GB storage carries a 5,488CNY (about RM3,400) price tag and the same model is going for RM3,299 in Malaysia.
To learn more, you can check out our previous P20 posts below:
Huawei P20 Review: The unbeatable little sibling
Huawei P20 Malaysia: Here’s all you need to know
Why does the Huawei P20 Pro have three cameras?