Pre Book The Device Of The Year Mate 9 And Win An Exciting Prize

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Pre Book The Device Of The Year Mate 9 And Win An Exciting Prize

Lahore November, 2016: Huawei, the global technology-leading company in electronics and telecommunications, will be taking pre-booking orders for its much-anticipated latest flagship device – the Mate 9. Pre-bookings will be available for consumers in all major cities across Pakistan at all Huawei brand outlets and Daraz.com’s black Friday sale. Consumers have the limited time offer to pre-book the coveted device on draz.com’s black Friday sale happening from 25th November to 28th of November. Three lucky winners will be picked from amongst these customers who will get the amazing opportunity to attend the exclusive country launch event for Mate 9.

img-01-1Consumers can also start placing pre-orders for the coveted Mate 9 with their closest Huawei brand outlets by providing their address and other relevant contact information. Consumers will obtain a Huawei voucher from their retailer after they making the security deposit which will be entertained in the form of a gift as well as priority service. The Gift box includes limited edition Huawei Goodies and a super fast charger.The retail pre-booking process will last for 10 days, from the 24th of November until the 7th of December, 2016, which also marks the official launch date of the Mate 9 in the market. The Mate 9 handset is a high-end phone and is Huawei’s top of the line product that has many attractive features such as a  5.9 inch full HD display, fingerprint sensor and a rear dual-camera system. The device has a sleek look and feel and is equipped with the high-speed Kirin 960 processor and 4GB of RAM. Huawei is rapidly emerging as an innovative industry leader within the electronics and telecommunications arena, aiming to surpass big competitors such as Samsung and Apple in order to become the biggest mobile provider. With its new phone, the Mate 9, Huawei expects to make a successful breakthrough in many new markets such as Germany, France and Great Britain.