Interested to pre-order the Huawei Mate 10? Here’s what you need to know

Hot off its global reveal in Munich, Germany, the Huawei Mate 10 is set to hit Malaysian shores soon. We’re lucky to be in the first wave of countries to get Huawei’s best smartphone to date.

The Huawei Mate 10 family comprises the standard Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro and Mate 10 Porsche Design. It looks like Huawei Malaysia is bringing in the Mate 10 first, and it will officially hit stores from 28 October 2017.

You can pre-order device from 19-22 October 2017, and choose from two colour options: Mocha Brown and Black. The third option, Champagne Gold will only be available for in-store purchases.

The Mate 10 retails for MYR2,699, and pre-order customers will receive and exclusive goodie bag worth MYR999 (as leaked earlier). The special bundle contains a Body Scale, Mate 10 Premium Gift Box (SuperCharge car charger and cable, Bluetooth tripod selfie stick), and a VIP service card.

The VIP service card gives you a 3-month one-to-one replacement for screen damage, and one year warranty including door-to-door delivery service. How’s that for customer experience?

You can pre-order through,, at Huawei Experience Stores and Display Zones nationwide.

As an option, you can also pre-order via your favourite telcos (Maxis, Celcom, Digi) or Senheng.

Huawei has revealed that there will be 10,000 units available for pre-order.

To pre-order, simply pay a MYR300 deposit, and you’ll be able to collect the device on launch day and pay the difference.

Mate 10 Pro, please?

There’s no word on official pricing of the Mate 10 Pro as yet, although Huawei says the device will arrive in Malaysia at the same time as the delicious Porsche Design edition. The Porsche Edition by the way, is priced at MYR6,999. There will be 2,000 units available for sale.

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