The Huawei P20 Pro has been on sale for less than a month, and it has already become the company’s best-selling flagship in Western Europe. Huawei says that sales of the P20 Pro are about 316 percent higher than that of the P10 Plus from last year.

The company also states that the majority of the P20 Series sales are coming from the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, with customers in Spain, Italy, and German also showing great interest in the handset. The strong response to the P20 Pro in Europe should definitely please Huawei which has been trying to make a mark for itself outside of China for quite a while. The company’s flagship phones have done well in the past in Europe as well, but with the P20 Pro, Huawei has a chance of taking on the likes of big boys like the Samsung Galaxy S9, iPhone X, and Google Pixel 2. The highlight of the P2o Pro is its triple-camera setup at the rear, which includes a primary 40MP sensor. The Twilight finish of the handset has also attracted a lot of customers thanks to its unique design. Read: Huawei P20 Pro Review

Our Take

Huawei had to make a complete exit from the U.S. smartphone market due to unfair business conditions and undue political pressure. The company had been trying to make a mark in one of the largest smartphone markets in the world since quite a few years but had failed to inroads. One can only imagine how well the P20 Pro would have done in the United States given how impressive the handset it is.