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New Huawei P60 Series service help to buy P80 series



Huawei has started a new service for Huawei P60 series smartphones in China, which will allow you to purchase the Huawei P80 series at 50% off on the original price.

This is an amazing offer for consumers looking to preserve the value of the Huawei P60 series for future reselling and buying a new smartphone in 2024. By guessing the year, we can assume that the next eligible phone by 2024 would be the Huawei P80 series. However, we can’t confirm this officially.

What’s the service?

All you need to do is to purchase the new maintenance and renewal service. The standard version is priced at 99 yuan ($14), the Pro at 169 yuan ($24), and P60 Art is priced at 199 yuan ($28). If the Huawei P60 series meets the recycling standards for value preservation and renewal. The consumer will be eligible to purchase a new flagship of the P series in 2024.

In order to receive a 50% discount on the Huawei P80 series, the existing P60 must fill in the requirements of value preservation and replacement recycling standard. You should know that the retail price of the original (upcoming) equipment refers to the official retail guide price according to the price of that time.

Huawei P60 series:

Below you can check the pricing details of the P60 series.

Huawei P60:

  • 8GB+128GB – 4488 yuan (657 USD, 603 Euro)
  • 8GB+256GB – 4988 yuan (730 USD, 671 Euro)
  • 8GB+512GB – 5988 yuan (876 USD, 806 Euro)

Huawei P60 Pro:

  • 8GB+256GB – 6988 yuan (1024 USD, 940 Euro)
  • 12GB+512GB – 7988 yuan (1170 USD, 1075 Euro)

Huawei P60 Art:

  • 12GB+512GB – 8988 yuan (1317 USD, 1209 Euro)
  • 12GB+1TB – 10988 yuan (1610 USD, 1478 Euro)

Huawei P60 series Huawei P80 series

All three devices from the P60 lineup bring a quad curve display and center-hole punch selfie camera. The Pro model equips a powerful ultra-lighting variable aperture camera, which ranges between f/1.4 to f/4.0 aperture.

The entire device uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset with an octa-core processor. There are three lenses on the rear consisting of a 48 MP Ultra Lighting Camera (F1.4-F4.0 aperture, OIS), 13 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera (F2.2 aperture), and 48 MP Ultra Lighting Telephoto Camera (F2.1 aperture, OIS). It also has an 88W super fast charger and it could recharge the phone fast enough.

Huawei P80 Series:

Currently, there is no information available about the Huawei P80 series. Before that, we’ll have to witness the Huawei P70 family next year but we’ll wait for more inputs and keep you posted.


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.