Chinese tech giant Huawei has finally announced the arrival of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro on the shores of Singapore on 12 December 2020.
First launched globally in October, the company’s latest flagship smartphone will finally be available to Singaporeans just in time for the upcoming 12.12 sales.
It will retail for S$1,598, and will be available at all Huawei Concept Stores, major telecommunication operators in M1, Singtel and StarHub, consumer electronic stores such as Best Denki, Courts, and Harvey Norman, as well as the official Huawei online stores on Lazada and Shopee.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro will be available in Mystic Silver and Black.
Customers will also receive a Huawei SuperCharge Wireless Stand (40W) worth S$148 with every purchase of the Mate 40 Pro, while stocks last. In addition, customers who purchase the new Mate 40 Pro will also enjoy value-added services under Huawei VIP Prestige, such as:
- Two-year warranty
- One year door-to-door repair pick-up and delivery service
In addition, Huawei has also announced the launch of the TraceTogether app on Huawei AppGallery for Huawei smartphone users to download and practice contact tracing on their devices. Alternatively, users can also download TraceTogether using Petal Search, Huawei’s very own search engine.
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