Huawei Mate 10 Pro now on sale in US

Huawei Mate 10 Pro now on sale in US

The new phone will set you back with a hefty $799, but Huawei is also throwing in a $150 gift card to sweeten the deal.

So folks, this is what you might want to know about the Huawei Mate 10 Pro smartphone which is up for pre-order in the US.

As we all know that, Huawei's new Mate 10 Pro is not compatible to work on any U.S. carriers, the company is launching this phone with an unlocked version.

Preorders for the unlocked Mate 10 Pro opened on Monday on websites like Amazon and Best Purchase. The current retailer line-up includes Amazon, B&H, Newegg and Best Buy.

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U.S. pre-orders, which run from February 5 to 17, come with a US$150 gift card from retailers, making the Mate 10 Pro's effective purchase price at about US$650 - the lowest it is available globally. The buyers who are looking for the gift card offer will need to pre-order the phone before February 17. The Mate 10 Pro it's among the very few phones that launched with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box so far. The Mate 10 Pro is also a bit thinner (7.9mm compared to 8.2mm), narrower (74.5mm compared to 77.8mm) and taller (154.2mm compared to 150.5mm) than the Huawei Mate 10. The device powered by the Kirin 970 CPU and 6GB of RAM, features a 6-inch OLED 18:9 FHD display, 128GB of built-in storage, and a Leica-branded dual camera setup.

Although Huawei will sell unlocked versions of the Mate 10 Pro online, the deals with Verizon and AT&T would have raised the company's reputation in the US. That being said, we're here to take a closer look at the differences between the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, mainly their spec differences, as the two phones are quite similar in terms of the design, with a couple of obvious differences, read on. Supply of this model is scarce in China, where consumers must pay 1,000 yuan or more on top of its 8,999 yuan list price. The Huawei Mate 10 is IP53 certified for dust and splash protection, while the Mate 10 Pro sports a more useful IP67 certification for water and dust resistance.

You can pick between Midnight Blue and Titanium Grey color versions at the moment, with Mocha Brown supposedly coming soon.

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