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The Huawei P10 and the Huawei P10 Plus are now both available in the UK across multiple carriers and retailers. We’ve put them through their paces, scoring them 8.9/10 in our full review (at the previous link), pointing to the outstanding camera and superior battery life as particularly impressive features.

But when will you be able to buy the Huawei P10 or P10 Plus? And which carriers and retailers will sell them, and for how much? Below you can find a list of regions where you’ll be able to pick up the P10 and P10 Plus, and the current online deals. We’ll update this list as more information surfaces.

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Huawei P10 and P10 Plus price

Europe

In Europe, the Huawei P10 costs €649, while the version of the P10 Plus with 64GB of storage and 4 GB of RAM is priced at €699. The version of the P10 Plus with 128 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM will be sold for €799.

If you live in Germany and want to get your hands on a Huawei P10, Sparhandy is now selling the unlocked P10 for €599, which is €50 below Huawei’s recommended retail price. If you don’t mind buying the phone with a contract, you’ll be able to snag the device for as little as €1. For all other European countries, just check your local electronics retailer websites for current pricing and available deals.

UK

All four major wireless carriers in the UK (EE, Vodafone, O2 and Three) will sell the Huawei P10, along with Carphone Warehouse.

Carphone Warehouse offers the Huawei P10 for £569.99 with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage, or from £40.99 per month on contract. Meanwhile, the P10 Plus is available for £679.99 for the 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage version or £55.99 on contract (with a £19.99 upfront cost).

EE is selling the P10 in black and silver starting at £40.99 per month on a tariff that includes a 5 GB data allowance up to 60 Mbps speeds. The device will be delivered to your local EE store within 14 days. The P10 Plus is now available on EE with no upfront cost on a £50.99 per month plan which will get you 5 GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts, free EU call/text roaming and 500 MB of EU roaming data. More expensive plans with higher data caps are also available.

Vodafone also has the P10 available in black and silver on a range of tariffs, starting at £48 with a £10 fee for the handset. That deal includes 24 GB of UK data and 2 GB of roaming data. Vodafone has just announced availability of the P10 Plus for £47 per month with a £10 payment upfront. That’ll get you unlimited texts, unlimited minutes, 24 GB of UK data (for the price of 6 GB) and 2 GB of roaming data.

Three has the P10 available with plans starting at £25 per month with a £99 upfront payment for 500 MB of data, 300 minutes and unlimited texts for 24 months. The P10 Plus on Three is also available now for £29 per month with a £99 upfront payment for the same plan. You can bump the data limit up to 2 GB per month with unlimited minutes for just £2 more per month so keep that in mind too.

O2 has yet to add the P10 and P10 Plus to their web store.

Huawei P10 and P10 Plus availability

Huawei says the P10 and P10 Plus will go on sale in March in the following countries:

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Chile
  • China
  • Columbia
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • UAE
  • United Kingdom
  • Vietnam

Huawei will also bring the P10 and P10 Plus to Canada this Spring, which is actually pretty big news for the manufacturer. According to MobileSyrup, Canadian customers will be able to pick up the P10 from Rogers in the first week of June, while the device will also be available at Bell, Videotron, and Fido at a later date.

Huawei has not announced plans to release either phone in the US, though you can check out the devices on Huawei’s US website.


Well, that’s it for now. Did we miss anything? If so, please speak up in the comment section!

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