Set to run from 15 May to 4 June, the promotion is tied to the aforementioned P30 Pro New Edition, along with the Huawei P30 and the Huawei P30 Lite New Edition, which the phone maker released at the start of 2020.
While there are no confirmed specifications for the P30 Pro New Edition as yet, using the P30 Lite New Edition as a template, it's fair to assume that the main difference compared to existing P30 Pro models would be the option of additional internal storage and/or new colourways to choose from.
Huawei already pushed the P30 Pro out a second time during IFA 2019, as the effects of the US government's entity list were already being felt.
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Huawei being unable to work directly with numerous US-affiliated companies has impacted the development and sale of the Mate 30 Pro and the new P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+, not to mention a wealth of mid-range devices and Honor's most recent handsets to boot.
Despite the company pouring time and money into building up its own app store - the App Gallery - and releasing devices without Google Mobile Services (GMS) regardless, it's clear that Huawei is trying compete against unincumbered competitors with its hand tied behind its back.
One of the ongoing criticisms of Huawei latest phones is that they don't support GMS, meaning certain native Google apps, not to mention many third-party apps, don't currently work on these afflicted devices.
The introduction of the P30 Pro New Edition may drum up interest in the short-term but with the phone now using year-old hardware, it's unclear how much profit the company will actually be able to make selling such devices.