18:9 or better known as Full View displays are becoming a rage right now. With more smartphone makers adopting this tall display approach, honor is trying to make this feature more accessible to the masses with its latest honor 7X.
For those who want to stand out from the crowd, the Porsche Design Huawei Mate 10 will be available in Malaysia in limited quantities starting next week. It’s a premium variant of the Mate 10 Pro that comes with 256GB of storage plus extra accessories.
During the launch event for the V10, honor President, George Zhao, took the opportunity to tease what appears to be their answer to the Apple’s new killer feature. When the iPhone X was launched, Face ID was the main highlight which Apple claims to be good enough to replace Touch ID. On top of that, the module also enables Animoji that’s exclusive to the iPhone X.
Looks like Huawei’s next nova smartphone might be released this December, dual-cameras and all.
If you’re interested in Huawei’s latest Mate 10 series, Celcom is offering a monthly payment option with its EasyPhone program. The Huawei Mate 10 is officially priced at RM2,699 while the higher-spec Mate 10 Pro is priced at RM3,099. With Celcom’s EasyPhone on Postpaid, the Mate 10 can be yours from RM50/month.
In anticipation of the upcoming holiday season and to reward their loyal fans, honor Malaysia’s kicking off their Christmas promo.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro may have completely sold out on Huawei’s official e-commerce sites but you can still pre-order one with a telco contract. Retailing at RM3,099, Maxis is offering the flagship phablet for an incredible price from as low as RM1 with a 24-month contract. That’s a massive RM3,098 off.
If you were hoping to snag yourself one of Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro smartphones, you might be tough out of luck as the device completely sold out during its pre-order sales in less than an hour.
Got a Huawei smartphone or tablet that isn’t functioning properly? Huawei Malaysia is kicking off its Huawei Service Experience month where you can check your device and have it repaired for free. This will be running from 15 November until 31 December 2017.