HUAWEI P20 Pro launched in Bangladesh

Huawei unveils the much-anticipated flagship smartphone HUAWEI P20 Pro in Bangladesh. The HUAWEI P20 Pro features world’s first Leica triple camera which includes unprecedented AI features. It promises a groundbreaking smartphone experience by uniting technology and art.

Huawei set new expectations for smartphone photography with the launch of HUAWEI P9, the first Leica dual camera. With HUAWEI P20 Series, capturing professional quality images has become an effortless experience for everyone.

“We are inspired by the artists to evolve our approach in design and innovation. The HUAWEI P20 Series is built on our successful collaboration with Leica. With ‘triple camera’ on HUAWEI P20 Pro and powerful AI features, this is a device which will immediately captivate and win the hearts of our consumers.” said Aaron Shi, Country Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group (Bangladesh).

HUAWEI P20 Series has already received the highest overall score in DxOMark which is the leading source of independent image quality measurements and ratings for smartphone, camera and lens.

The HUAWEI P20 Pro features a Leica triple camera with the highest pixel count on a smartphone available in the market. The camera configuration is comprised of a 40MP RGB sensor, a 20MP monochrome sensor and an 8MP sensor with telephoto lens. The HUAWEI P20 Pro features a 24MP selfie camera with AI beautification and 3D portrait lighting. It delivers gorgeous selfies with necessary skin tone adjustment. It also delicately outlines facial details with realistic 3D feature enhancement.

It features 6.1-inch screen, ultra-thin bezels and impressive screen-to-body ratios for better viewing experiences with more ‘on-screen’ information for reading or gaming. The HUAWEI FullView Display seamlessly blends with rounded edges, making the device comfortable to hold. HUAWEI P20 Pro is capable of extreme multitasking with the NPU on Kirin 970 and EMUI 8.1 based on Android™ 8.1 (6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM).

Grameenphone has teamed up with Huawei with a free bundle of 6 GB data (with 7 days validity) for pre-booking customers. They can also buy 4 GB data for BDT 149 with 7 days validity. This discounted data offer can be availed 6 times in 3 months. Pre-order amount to purchase Huawei P20 Pro is BDT 10,000 and it will be started from 30 May, 2018 and will continue up to 3rd June, 2018. Customer will also get up to 24 EMI from GP channels only during pre-order time. Eligible cards are Standard Chartered Bank, Eastern Bank Limited, Dutch Bangla Bank Limited, Mutual Trust Bank Limited, BRAC Bank, The City Bank and The Trust Bank. Customers can do the pre-booking of Huawei P20 Pro exclusively here

Regarding the offer, Yasir Azman, Deputy CEO and CMO of Grameenphone said, “Grameenphone is proud to be part of the launch of Huawei P20 Pro in Bangladesh. I’m sure that coupled with Grameenphone’s modernized network this phone will do wonder for the customers. P20 Pro is a powerful device packed with all the state of the art technologies and to make the deal even sweeter Grameenphone has come up with this attractive data offer. Grameenphone is expanding its state-of-the-art 4G network around the country. Huawei P20 Pro users will get ultimate 4G experience in our modernized network.”

The phone is priced at BDT 82,990 only. Customers who pre-book the HUAWEI P20 Pro will get a chance to attend ‘Play with Shakib’ event.

From June 5, 2018 the handset will be available at Huawei brand shops and listed mobile outlets located in all the 64 districts of the country. 12 months EMI facility is available for customers on purchasing Huawei P20 Pro from Huawei brand shops.

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