Huawei's P30 series has just been launched in Paris and comes in a variety of colours. On this page, we'll show them all off and explain which colours are available on the standard 6.1-inch P30 and 6.47-inch P30 Pro.

Some colours may be available in particular countries and from particular retail partners. We're still waiting to get confirmation of that. Previously a pearl white version of the P20 Pro was, again, only available in selected territories and not in the UK. 

The P30 price starts at €749/£699, while the Huawei P30 Pro starts at €999/£899, increasing to €1099 (£950) for the 256GB version. They both ship with a free Sonos One (2nd gen) on  Friday 5 April.

Carphone Warehouse will stock the P30 and P30 Pro on iD Mobile, O3, EE and Vodafone from £34.99 on ID with 1GB of data (£29.99 upfront) and the Pro with 1GB for £39.99 a month (£29.99 upfront)

Huawei's P30 Pro alongside a cheaper P30 handset have just been announced, and we're now rounding up news of all the deals coming in from all the networks and resellers, highlighting the best ones when the dust settles. 

These are with 6.1 and 6.47-inch great looking displays, triple and a quad camera setups, along with gorgeous designs. We've got images of each colour below.

Both phones are currently on pre-order, shipping with a free Sonos One (2nd gen) on the Friday 5th April, with SIM free prices starting from £699 for the P30 and £899 for the Pro.

The widgets below are updated automatically - in real-time - with the best deals available from all networks and retailers in the UK.

Best Huawei P30 deals


Best Huawei P30 Pro deals


Huawei P30 colours in detail

All images are of the back of the P30 Pro.

Breathing Crystal

Amber Sunrise

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Pearl White

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