Huawei P30, Huawei P30 Pro, and Huawei P30 Lite specs and price via Revu Philippines

0% interest installment plans for Huawei P30, P30 Pro, P30 Lite

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Huawei Philippines has just made it easier for you to own a P30 series smartphone — with or without a credit card.

(Update, April 14: We’ve reviewed the P30 Lite! See Huawei P30 Lite review: A competent sub-flagship.)

The company has partnered with banks and consumer finance provider Home Credit to offer 0% interest installment plans for the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro flagships and the more affordable Huawei P30 Lite.

What are the easy payment schemes for each device? Refer to the details we have laid out below.

For the Huawei P30, Huawei P30 Pro

Starting April 13 until June 30, BPI, Metrobank, and Citi cardholders can pay for the regular P30 and its Pro model in 12 or 24 monthly installments with no interest.

BDO cardholders, on the other hand, can enjoy 24 months of installment without interest for purchases made between April 13 and May 12 this year.

SEE ALSO: Huawei P30 Pro’s top-rated camera: Hype or not? Our review

Priced at P36,990 (around $712) and P50,990 ($982), respectively, the P30 and P30 Pro focus on bringing new camera experiences to Huawei’s flagship lineup. Their new, built-from-the-ground-up SuperSpectrum sensor uses RYYB [red, yellow, yellow, blue] instead of the conventional RGGB [red, green, green, blue] Bayer filter to let you capture moments even in extreme darkness. They also impress us with their capabilities to zoom in on faraway objects and take better-than-ever portrait and ultra-wide shots.

Can your current phone do this?

Or this?

Even the Huawei P30 is a camera beast

Which of the two suits your needs? Take a look at the specs comparison below to find out.

Huawei P30 vs Huawei P30 Pro: specs comparison via Revu Philippines

Huawei P30 vs Huawei P30 Pro: A specs comparison. Please take note that the P30 that is available in the Philippines has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The Pro model gets 8GB of RAM and a bigger expandable storage at 256GB

For the Huawei P30 Lite

Beginning April 13 until June 30, all cardholders of BPI, Metrobank, Citi, and BDO can pay for the Lite version in full up to six months without interest.

No credit card? There’s still a way for you to avail yourself of a 0% installment plan even if you don’t have one; Huawei has struck a deal with Home Credit to offer P30 Lite buyers easy payment schemes. We’ve learned that the smartphone — priced at P16,990 ($327) and whose specs we’ve listed at the end of the article — can be paid in full in either six or nine months.

READ ALSO: How to trade in your phone for the Huawei P30, P30 Pro and Globe, Smart postpaid plans for Huawei P30, P30 Pro

Huawei hasn’t specified the details of the plan for the P30 Lite. But if you’re familiar with Home Credit loans, you’d know that in order for you to apply for one, you would need to bring at least two identification cards to any of Home Credit’s partner stores, and one of them must be any of these:

  • Social Security System (SSS)
  • Unified Multi-purpose ID (UMID)
  • Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)
  • Driver’s license
  • Voter’s ID
  • Passport

At least one should also bear your current home address.

Approval takes only minutes, so by the time you walk out of the store, you might just be leaving with a Huawei P30 Lite unit. Of course, you need to be a Filipino citizen between 18 to 68 years old with a stable income to be able to apply for a loan.

Huawei P30 Lite specs

  • 6.15-inch display, 2,312 x 1,080 resolution
  • Octa-core Huawei Kirin 710 processor clocked at 2.1GHz
  • Mali-G51 MP4 GPU
  • 6GB RAM
  • 128GB expandable memory
  • Triple rear cameras with 24 megapixels, 8 megapixels (wide), and 2 megapixels (depth sensor)
  • 32-megapixel front camera
  • Fingerprint sensor (rear-mounted)
  • 3,340mAh battery with 18-watt fast charging via USB-C
  • Android 9.0 Pie based on EMUI 9.0

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 17 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.