Before we dive into the deal, if you're wondering whether you should buy a Huawei phone given the US-China trade war, you can rest assured that the P30 phones will still have Google support and security updates. Phones released before the ban are not affected.
The Huawei bundle with the John Lewis discount amounts to £464.92. If you ordered the same products from Amazon, the total cost would come to £501.99. We've compared the prices below:
|P30 Lite (128GB)||£229.95||£205|
|Huawei MediaPad T3||£109.99||£109|
|Huawei Band 3 Pro||£49.99||£49.99|
Though Amazon's prices are lower on certain items you still save more when you buy directly from John Lewis.
About the Huawei bundle
Though the battery life and speed can be slightly better on the P30 Lite, it is an attractive mid-range phone that features a rear triple camera set-up, with a 48Mp main camera. You also get 128GB internal storage and 6GB RAM. See our full review.
Meanwhile, the Huawei Band 3 Pro fitness tracker, which originally cost £79.99 on release, offers heart rate monitoring, sleep and exercise tracking, a built-in GPS and excellent performance. Equally impressive are the Freebuds 3 wireless, noise-cancelling earphones, which originally cost £169.99. We thought the sound quality was crisp when we tested it out, especially during phone calls.
Finally, the 10in aluminum-backed MediaPad T3 is a good budget tablet for casual browsing and streaming. You get decent performance with 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage (which can be expanded up to 128GB) and HD resolution (1280x800) on an IPS display.
All in all it's a great bundle, whether you're looking to start your Valentine's Day shopping early or just want to treat yourself with a tech gift. Head to John Lewis now to see the offer for yourself.