Announced last month on the same day, the Mate 10 and Mate
10 Pro are Huawei's latest high-end smartphones, offering the best features
that the company can commercialize at the moment.
While Huawei didn't say when its two new handsets would
be officially launched in the US,
we've heard that the Mate 10 Pro could be released in early 2018 on AT&T.
Until then, if you want to buy the two devices, you can already find them on
Amazon. However, the phones that currently show up on Amazon are sold by third-party vendors, and they're
international models - this means they do not come with US warranty.
The unlocked Huawei Mate 10 currently costs $699 at Amazon, while the
unlocked Mate 10 Pro is sold for $919. Both handsets will work on GSM/LTE
carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, but they're not compatible with Verizon
and Sprint. The Mate 10 is available in Black and Mocha Brown, while the Pro
version can be bought in Mocha Brown only.
If you just can't wait until next year and you want a Huawei
Mate 10 right now, even without US
warranty, you can order yours via the source links below. Before you do that,
though, you may want to check out our Mate 10 vs. Mate 10 Pro article (to see
what differentiates the phones), as well as our Mate 10 Pro review.
source: Amazon (Huawei Mate 10, Huawei Mate 10 Pro)