Technology major Huawei formally launched its “most anticipated” device – Huawei Mate 9 at an event held at the Hotel Crowne Plaza here recently.
Representatives of Huawei’s distributors and other leading retailers in Qatar attended the event organised by Huawei’s Consumer Business Group.
The smartphone bears a dual rear camera setup designed in collaboration with Leica, which is certainly the highlight feature.
According to Huawei, the key features of Mate 9 include performance in design, redefined speed, advanced battery, stunning photography and groundbreaking UX (user experience).
The highlight of the Huawei Mate 9 is the new artificial intelligence feature, which will learn the daily habits of the user.
The newest member of the Mate Series delivers business users a breakthrough Android experience – featuring the fastest computing performance available today, breakthrough ‘SuperCharge’ technology and a “stunning” new UX.
The Huawei Mate 9 is a dynamic interplay of industry-leading hardware and advanced software that work together to keep users a step ahead.
The handset has been priced at QR2,299 in Qatar. Huawei’s bundle offer includes fitness tracker (Honor Band A1) and a bluetooth headset.
Huawei Mate 9 will have colour options including ‘Space Gray’, ‘Moonlight Silver’, ‘Champagne Gold’, ‘Mocha Brown’ and ‘Ceramic White’ in 64GB.
A Huawei spokesman said the Mate 9 ‘VIP Service’ entitles customers to two years standard warranty, first three months screen damage and handset replacement warranty, free engraving and free pickup and delivery service.
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