Huawei may bring the P20 series to Canada next month

Huawei may be effectively banned in the US But if you're really interested in hooking the impressive P20, the new devices can reach neighboring Canada as early as next month. According to Android Central the Huawei P20, P20 Lite and P20 Pro will be apparently available through several Canadian telecommunications, including Rogers, Bell, Telus, Fido, Virgin Mobile, Koodo and Vidéotron, on May 17.

Huawei has not confirmed the prices on these devices, but the P20 currently starts at € 649 in Europe. Our senior editor Vlad Savov gave the P20 Pro premium high marks in its sleek design, long battery life and a camera that could eat Pixel 2 lunch, especially for low-light pictures. While the devices have the notch now ubiquitous, Huawei will allow users the option to turn off the cut.

Earlier this week, Chinese phone maker ZTE found itself in a situation similar to that of Huawei after the US Department of Commerce announced a ban on US exports to the company for up to seven years, restricting your access to the components needed for manufacturing. 19659005] Update April 20, 4:28 PM ET: This article initially stated that Huawei announced the release, but reported The Verge that this has not yet been confirmed.

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