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You will receive a free Sonos One if you pre-order the Huawei P30

The smartphone world is still a leaky world, so we've seen a lot of what the Huawei P30 will probably offer at launch next week.

One of the latest findings is that the pre-order pages on Huawei's Dutch and French websites have been up and running too early. Therefore, we now know that the company offers a free £ 199 Sonos One for people pre-ordering the P30 or P30 Pro before the 8th of April.

The pages were discovered by known tech leakers Ishan Agarwal:

And Evan Blass:

The pre-order pages are no longer available, but of course the Internet has receipts.

We now know that the P30 will have three Leica 5x zoom cameras and the P30 Pro will have four Leica 10x zoom cameras. Holy moly.

To receive the free Sonos One, you must register your interest by 5 April and complete the pre-order by 8 April. Your speaker will not be delivered by phone, but separately up to six weeks later.

If you choose the P30 Pro, you will also get a free wireless charger.

Of course it would be nice to tell you the prices on the pre-order pages. There is no indication of how much both devices will cost. So we just have to wait for the right start on the 26th. Giz UK will, of course, be present with the latest (official!) News on the P30 and P30 Pro, and then we'll see if there are any surprises left. [Pocket-Lint]

Main picture: Evan Blass


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