Indeed i believe by now many people must have gotten the much awaited Mate 9, but hold on in-case you haven't relax. Huawei has already unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the Mate 9, which comes in two flavors: the Mate 9 and Porsche Designed Mate 9. However, while the former will sell for €700, the premium smartphone designed by Porsche will be available for purchase for no lessthan €1,395. Although many prefer the Porsche Designed model, the prohibitive price prevents them from getting this specific Mate 9.
The good news is Huawei is expected to launch a cheaper version of the standard Mate 9, but with a similar Quad HD display that's included in the premium model. According to a Huawei rep, the Chinese company is readying another variant of the Mate 9, which will pack a smaller 5.5-inch display with support for 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.
Details about the phone's price haven't been disclosed yet, but Huawei's official stated that the cheaper Mate 9 would be introduced by the end of the year.
Although the Porsche Designed Mate 9 won't sell in all European countries, it's the high price of the phone that prevents people from buying it, not its rather limited availability. Those who afford to pay €1,395 won't have any issues buying the Porsche Designed Mate 9 even if it's not available in their countries.
The rest of the upcoming Mate 9's specs should be similar to the model announced yesterday, including the powerful Kirin 960 processor and dual-camera setup featuring Leica lens. It remains to be seen whether or not the phone will also include the same amount of memory: 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal memory.
The Porsche Design Mate 9 has been confirmed to arrive on the market starting December, but the standard Mate 9 model should hit shelves much sooner. The cheaper Huawei Mate 9 could be unveiled around the same time the premium model goes on sale, but take this piece of information with a grain of salt for now.