Chinese smartphone maker Huawei’s reputation is declining in the smartphone market day by day and there are no hints of improvement at this time. According to some reports, Huawei lands on the third position of the smartphone market brand in the UK’s smartphone market. Huawei wants to install HarmonyOS on its all devices worldwide and stop supporting Google apps on its devices.
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Recently, Samsung takes a jibe at Huawei by a promotional tweet for the United Kingdom’s market. The South Korean tech giant tweeted that if Huawei smartphone users switch to Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, they can avail a £350 discount for the Huawei P30 Pro series which was launched last year.
Switch to a Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra and get up to £350* off when you trade in your old Huawei.
Purchase from Samsung Shop Online before 08/11/20. £350 trade in value is for Huawei P30 Pro device. T&Cs apply
— Samsung UK (@SamsungUK) October 5, 2020
Samsung knows that a big number of customers looking for an alternative brand to Huawei so it wants to attract them with the trade-in deals. Apple and Samsung become the top two smartphone brands in the UK. The South Korean tech giant isn’t directly attacking Huawei’s latest flagship phones but swiftly bumping Chinese smartphone maker’s smartphone business with these types of moves.
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If you also want to switch to Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and have Huawei’s P30 Pro phone, you can get a £350 trade-in value, £250 for Huawei P30, and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro series, as well as up to £200 for the Huawei P20 Pro.