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Huawei's New Phone Is More Expensive Than the iPhone X

It's a special version of the Mate 10
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Do you dream of owning a high-tech Porsche product but don't have enough money for the latest 911? Fret not, mere mortal, because you might soon be able to hold a Porsche in the palm of your hand. Porsche Design has just teamed up with Huawei to build a smartphone: the Porsche Design Huawei Mate10.

The Porsche phone features a handcrafted exterior made from metal and curved glass. The six-inch-tall phone comes in Diamond Black and is equipped with Huawei's signature Leica Dual Camera with 20/12MP resolution and Hybrid Zoom. Specs-wise, it jam-packed with the Android 7, a Kirin 970 Chipset, 6GB RAM, 256GB flash memory, dual SIM capability, and a fingerprint scanner. Powering it is a 4,000mAh battery that can supposedly last for more than two days. 

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It's not quite a car, but it's pretty damn close owning a real Porsche, right? But before you get excited and start withdrawing your savings, take note that this phone costs €1,395 (P84,000). Huawei says that it'll be available in select countries starting mid-November, though it didn't say whether or not the Philippines is on that list. Better stow away your 13th month bonus just in case. 


This story originally appeared on Topgear.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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