Excited to get your hands on the new Huawei Mate 10 Pro? If you live in the United States, you're probably wondering what the heck that might be, but if you happen to be a fan of thirty-two-year-old Gal Gadot, you'll soon learn about the thirty-one-year-old Huawei (pronounced wah-way) brand of smartphones that has been popular in the UK for ages. But now Huawei is ready to take on America and after seeing how successful Wonder Woman was with the U.S., it seems that Huawei did some good research. The fact that American men are practically drooling over the Israeli beauty probably didn't hurt either.
Huawei plans to focus on their selling point: security and lots of it. The phones come with two years of automatic Android security updates and strong privacy guards in place. The security breaks down into four main aspects and includes software security, cloud security, hardware security and privacy protection framework. In fact, Huawei is so intent on providing a secure device that it's been said that government officials are nervous about supporting the company.
Gadot, for her part, doesn't seem nervous at all. The actress has been enjoying her fame to the fullest extent, and seems open to fresh endorsement opportunities, like her newfound agreement with Huawei as their CEO, "Chief Experience Officer." Gadot, who we were first introduced to in 2009's Fast & Furious got her big break playing Diana Prince also known as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
You will soon be able to see her promoting Huawei's Mate 10, which seems to be Huawei's response to the new iPhone. They even come in fancy colors such as mocha brown, pink gold, midnight blue, and titanium gray. The phone itself offers a sleek, slim design with an aluminum frame encased in gorilla glass.
The Mate 10 Pro will be available next month in three colors and costs approximately $799, making it less expensive than the iPhone X and the Google Pixel 2 XL. Are you a big enough fan of Gadot to pay attention to Huawei?