Watch Peter Hu going through the features of the Mate 7 in this video:
Cape Town – Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei announced that its flagship smartphone will be available in the Vodacom network on April 1.
Mate 7 Huawei kill 7 phablet was launched in 2014 and initially only changed by Cell C (6 inches) 15cm device.
Mate 7 is a new impetus from China electronics giant to sell their devices in the medium, as it seeks to build its brand among South Africans Mate 7.
“If you look at the South African market, Huawei has invested heavily in awareness especially sponsorship,” Chief Executive Huawei device for the business group FIN24 Peter Hu said recently.
The company also launched sponsored with Ajax Cape Town as readers Huawei double its market share in the country offers.
Mate 7 is powered by a nine-core processor with 2GB of RAM should see who is capable of performing the most popular mobile applications.
But Huawei has expanded effort to multimedia aspects of smartphone.
It features a multi-directional fingerprint sensor on the back to authenticate access to the device and the rapid button to launch the camera as was demonstrated by Sony and Nokia (now Microsoft) smartphones .
The main camera is valued at 13 million pixels and 7 MATE HD registers, now a standard feature on most premium smartphones.
Critics, however, the dual SIM version of the Yerba 7 or Cell C will be available only while devices in black and white Sim only be offered in the Vodacom contracts.
Huawei also said the 14cm (5.5 inches) G7 also be offered in Vodacom contracts.
Huawei Mate 7 is available from Vodacom in intelligent contract for R489 or spot price of R9 299. This puts it in the range of devices like the Sony Xperia and Samsung Galaxy A5 compact Z3.
For South Africans who prefer online shopping, mate seven Huawei is available for R5 670 for the store in Orange line, subject to delivery of 13 days.
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