The highly acclaimed (AA’s smartphone of the year 2017!) Huawei Mate 10 Pro can now finally be pre-ordered in the United States. Although Huawei’s exclusive deal with AT&T fell through, hurting its chances at expanding into the mainstream market, Huawei announced to its American fans that they could pre-order the latest flagship through a number of retailers for a February delivery date.
The Mate 10 Pro sports a 6.0-inch, Full HD+ display housed in a nearly bezel-less design. Inside, it’s packing 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, and runs on a Kirin 970 octa-core processor. Since this is a North American variant, it has full 4G LTE capability on the GSM network of your choice.
When the phone is released, it will cost $799.99. However, pre-ordering the phone through Amazon, Best Buy, or B&H will net you a $150 gift card to whichever retailer you buy from. Shipments begin February 18 for Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H. If you don’t mind waiting for your phone to arrive, you can pre-order through Massdrop and get the phone for just $699.99, though you’ll have to wait until March to receive your phone.
- Pre-order from Amazon ($799.99)
- Pre-order from Best Buy ($799.99)
- Pre-order from B&H Photo ($799.99)
- Pre-order from Massdrop ($699.99)
In other Huawei news, you can buy the Honor 7X smartphone in Nova Red right now direct from Honor. This sub-$200 smartphone comes with 4 GB of RAM, a Full HD+ display, and a Kirin 659 chipset. The first 1,000 orders receive a free protective case, too.
February 5, 2018 at 10:55AM