Huawei’s high profile store and Ascend Mate 7 phablet share launch day in Singapore
It was a colorful weekend last week as Huawei launched two stuffs they are highly proud of into the classy Singaporean economy.
First, the phone maker who came not very far — from neighboring country, China — launched their first phablet in the Southeast Asian country. Priced $749 (Singapore dollars), the Ascend Mate 7 was launched at a high profile event that had only 70 people on the guest list.
“Today marks the arrival of our fastest and most compelling big-screen smartphone experience for consumers,” head of Huawei in Singapore announced. “It is a symbol of our relentless commitment to ‘Make it Possible’ for people everywhere to enjoy our premium quality products,” Mr. Low Han Thong added.
The Huawei Ascend Mate 7 holds together a massive 6-inch, Full HD display. The phablet houses a fingerprint sensor as well as a 13MP camera with LED flash at the back. Powering the device is 2GB of RAM and a ROM of 16GB alongside a home-baked HiSilicon Kirin 925 CPU and a 4100mAh battery.
Meanwhile, Huawei product retail store was sited at Plaza Singapura and promises to provide exclusive access to Huawei products and services.
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