The Mate 10 Pro is one of Huawei's top offerings — it is a solid, high-end phone with several very useful features.
In terms of price, the Mate 10 Pro is considerably cheaper than its competitors, at least in a market like Singapore. Huawei has yet to announce a starting price or availability for the U.S. market. (For its part, the company says it does not comment on "future roadmaps.")
The device costs 1,098 Singapore dollars (about $811) for the 128GB storage model, while a special designer unit, with 256GB memory, is priced at S$2,298 ($1,699).
For comparison, Samsung's Galaxy Note 8, unlocked, costs S$1,398, but it comes only with 64GB of internal memory. You'll need to add a microSD to increase your storage space.
Meanwhile, the unlocked iPhone 8 Plus costs S$1,308 for the 64GB model and S$1,548 for the 256GB. The starting price for the iPhone X is S$1,648.
But if you're in the market for a smartphone that has all the best features available, and price is not an issue, then devices from Samsung, Google and Apple are probably still better options.
The Mate 10 Pro's lack of wireless charging and the absence of a headphone jack might put some people off — especially, if you're used to having those features in your current smartphones.
That said, if you're looking for a high-end phone that gives a great battery life, has a very good camera, is integrated with AI and has interesting features like the Projection Mode, you could give this phone a try.