Get the Huawei Mate 10 Pro for up to RM370 less


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  • Wednesday, 14 Feb 2018

Huaweu Mate 10 Pro now up to RM370 cheaper online - Huawei

The Chinese New Year sales have caught on with Huawei, with its flagship Mate 10 Pro model going for up to RM370 cheaper at some online retailers. 

On Lazada, DT Online is offering the Mate 10 Pro at an RM370 discount, knocking it down to RM2,729 from RM3099. 

Meanwhile on Shopee, Tech Gadget is selling it at an RM360 discount, reducing it to RM2,739 from RM3099. 

Both stores offered the smartphone in Midnight Blue and Mocha Brown.

Huawei’s 6in flagship model comes with the usual luxuries like 6GB RAM, 128GB storage, rear fingerprint scanner and sizeable 4,000mAh battery with fast charging.

It also is the first Huawei smartphone to use a Kirin AI processor, and rear dual cameras (20 megapixels and 12megapixels) co-engineered with Leica. 

DT Online has been on Lazada for six-months and holds an 84% positive seller rating, while Tech Gadget is a Shoppee preferred seller with a 4.9 (out of 5) rating. 

Both assure that the smartphones come with an official Malaysian warranty, with DT Online being covered by Lazada’s 14-day easy return policy and Tech Gadget covered by Shopee's money back guarantee.
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