Huawei P20 Pro price drops to $686 on eBay with 6GB RAM

Huawei P20 Pro price drops to $686 on eBay with 6GB RAM
Huawei’s truly one-of-a-kind P20 Pro seemed like a pretty good deal at $770 unlocked less than a couple of months ago, but as the Mate 20 launch undoubtedly draws near, the triple camera phone’s price continues to drop on eBay.

Never MSRP is obviously an unofficial (yet top-rated) seller of a product that was never properly released stateside, charging $685.99 at the time of this writing in your choice of blue, black, or twilight paint jobs.

The Huawei P20 Pro looks sweet in any shade (as long as you don’t mind the notch), with a strong metal frame sandwiched between two shiny pieces of hardened glass. Of course, the magic lies under the hood, where an ultra-powerful Kirin 970 SoC comes with a built-in NPU (neural processing unit) for advanced AI optimization of an already spectacular tri-lens rear-facing shooter system.

All in all, you get 68 megapixels of RGB, monochrome and mega-zoom action, not to mention an impressive 24MP selfie cam that’s also AI-enhanced for “pixel-perfect” bokeh and professional studio lighting effects.

The rest of the features are equally remarkable, including everything from 128 gigs of internal storage space to a multitasking-friendly 6GB RAM, IP67 certification for water and dust resistance, pre-installed Android 8.1 Oreo software, and an extra-large 4,000 mAh battery.

No wonder this is among 2018’s best-reviewed smartphones, and at less than 700 bucks, with international GSM support and shipping costs covered by the aforementioned reliable eBay seller stateside, it’s definitely worth a look if you’re in the market for an ultra-high-end handset that won’t break the bank.

source: eBay

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