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Huawei Mate 10 Pro with 6-inch OLED display is all set to launch in the U.S

Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Huawei announced yesterday that its Mate 10 Pro will be officially launched in the U.S. It will have competitions against the likes of iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and LG V30.

There were rumors of Huawei to partner with AT&T for the release of Mate 10 Pro in the American markets, but that is not happening for now. The smartphone will be available compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T, Cricket, MetroPCs, T-Mobile, Tracphone, and Simple Mobile.

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The Huawei Mate 10 Pro starts getting sold from February 18 via Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, Microsoft, and B&H. You can pre-order starting February 4.

As for features, the Huawei premium phone has a 6-inch OLED display and is water-resistant, with glass-and-metal body. The front panel provides a FullView display with 18:9 aspect ratio and minimal bezel existence. A dual camera setup and fingerprint scanner at the rear panel complete the package. It is also known to be quite good in handling due to its metal finish.

Huawei Mate

Other features so far unveiled include the phone having an IP67 rating for not just water-resistance, but also dust-resistance, and it is the first phone in the lineup to enjoy the same. Furthermore, the smoothly curved glass wrap around the Mate 10 Pro offers a shiny appearance under the light. The back panel bears the signature stripe of Huawei that isolates the camera setup significantly.

Impressive battery life and spectacular photography are two other highlights of the phone.
Now, alongside the Mate 10 Pro, Huawei will as well unveil a Mate 10 Porsche Design variant for the American users. This variant will have 256GB of internal memory, and that’s something! It is otherwise almost identical to the Mate 10 Pro.

In terms of price, you will get the Mate 10 Pro for $799, and its Porsche Design model is priced at $1,225.
What do you think of the Huawei premium phone? Will you be going for it, or it’s Porsche Design counterpart? Tell us in comments below and keep following us for more of latest tech updates.

Via: Phone Arena

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