Huawei finally launched its new Mate 10 series in a glamorous celebrity-filled event last night, leaving us all mesmerized about the company’s new devices.
The Chinese company first announced its new flagship devices on 12th October and started its pre-ordering in Pakistan in late-October.
Celebrities also posed with the large Huawei Mate 10 frame.
The new series consists of four new smartphones, Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Design and Mate 10 Lite. You can find all of the features and specifications of the new devices by clicking here.
Huawei is no stranger to throwing an extravagant launch event and this time was no different. The company arranged a large demo area for the audience with abundant Mate 10 devices for everyone so no one has to wait to experience the company’s flagship smartphone.
It was the first time that we came face to face with Huawei Mate 10 Lite and just one look was enough to completely fall in love with the handset as it gives a feeling of a premium smartphone with a very affordable price tag.
The event started off with a note by Blue King, General Manager Huawei followed by a very detailed product demonstration by Mr. Waqar Nazir, National Training, and Product Manager who one by one introduced all devices and described its features to the audience; a simple step that is often missed in the launch events by many big brands in the Pakistani market.
Tapu Javeri, the famous Pakistani fashion, and art photographer, who is also a brand ambassador for the new Mate 10 series, also showcased his amazing images that he took during a photoshoot Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Urwa Hocain, a famous Pakistani actress and brand ambassador for Huawei mate 10 series also shared her selfie secrets with the audience.
Huawei to also include the people attending the issue organized a lucky draw where a person had to post a picture on their Instagram using #HuaweiMate10Launch and three people were indeed lucky enough to receive the new devices.
The event was ended with the musical performance by Ali Sethi, a name very familiar to all the coke studio lovers in Pakistan.