Huawei Mate 10 Pro 128GB Smartphone in Grey - £499 (Using code EASTER30) / £529 before code @ AO
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Huawei Mate 10 Pro 128GB Smartphone in Grey - £499 (Using code EASTER30) / £529 before code @ AO

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Found 1st Apr
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Key Features
Runs Android 8.0 Oreo - enjoy all the latest apps
6 inch screen - perfect for watching videos on the go
20MP rear camera to capture life's favourite moments
8MP front-facing camera for the best selfies
Fingerprint sensor - log in with a fingerprint
Product Overview
This smartphone from Huawei is sure to make those morning commutes a breeze. It’s pre-loaded with the Android 8.0 Oreo operating system, giving you access to all the latest games, apps and streaming services. Thanks to the massive 6 inch display, it’s perfect for a catching up on your favourite shows too. Plus, you can take impressive high-quality photos using the amazing 20 megapixel rear-camera, or snap quick shots using the 8 megapixel selfie camera. And you can be sure all your snaps are safe and secure thanks to the built-in fingerprint scanner that stops others from accessing your files.

Product Specification
Key Information
Dimensions (H)15.4 x (W)7.4 x (D)0.8
Camera (Front-Facing) 8MP
Camera (Rear-Facing) 20MP
Camera Features (Rear-Facing) OIS
Dual Sim No
Handset Model 51091WVH
Handset Type Smartphone
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Processor Family i7 co-processor, Mali-G72 MP12 GPU
RAM 6 GB
Resolution Type 18:9 OLED Display
Screen Size 6 Inches
Screen Type 18:9 OLED Display
Series / Family Mate 10 Pro
Sim Card Included No
Sim Free Yes
Sim Type Sim Free
Video Resolution 4k
Weight 0.178 Kg
Camera
Additional Features (Rear Camera) Depth Auto Focus
Camera Zoom 2 x
Dual-camera (Front-Facing) No
Dual-camera (Rear-Facing) Yes
Flash Type Dual LED
Front Camera (Megapixels) 8 MP
Image Stabilisation Yes
Rear Camera (Megapixels) 20 MP
Rear Camera 2 (Megapixels) 12 MP
Wide Angle Camera (Rear-Facing) Yes
Design & Build
Water Resistant No
Graphics
VR Ready No
Operating System & Software
Operating System Android
Operating System Version 8.0 (Oreo)
Power and Battery
Battery Capacity 4000 mAh
Battery Life - Standby Up to
Battery Life - Talk Time Up to
Fast Charge Yes
Removable Battery No
Wireless Charging No
Processor
Processor Cores Octa Core
Processor Speed 4*Cortex A73 2.36GHz + 4*Cortex A53 1.8GHz Ghz
Product Detail
Brand Huawei
Brand Huawei
Category Mobile Phones
Colour Grey
Dimensions (H)15.4 x (W)7.4 x (D)0.8
Product Height 15.42 cm
Product Thickness 0.79 cm
Product Width 7.45 cm
SKU 51091WVH
Screen Technology
Anti Glare Screen No
Resolution Size 2160 x 1080
Screen Features 6.0" HUAWEI FullView Display
Touchscreen Yes
Sensors
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Iris Sensor No
Other Sensors Fingerprint G-Sensor, Gyroscope, Ambient Light, Proximity, Infrared Remote Control
Pattern Login Yes
Pin Login Yes
Smart Technology
Screen Mirroring No
Storage
Expandable Memory Card Up to 256gb
Internal Storage Capacity 128 GB
Memory Card Included No
Memory Card Type microSD
System and Features
DLNA Certified Yes
USB and Media
Micro SD Memory Card Slot Yes
What's In The Box
Headphones Yes
Mains Adaptor Yes
USB Cable Yes
Wired Connections
Charging Interface Type USB Type-C
Headphone Socket Yes
Wireless Connections
3G Ready Yes
4G Ready Yes
5G Ready No
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth Version 4.2
NFC (Near Field Communication) Yes
WiFi Yes
Community Updates
800Mhz Band 20 all UK mast support

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Top comments
What a deal. £499 for a top of the range phone.

The equivalent flagships from Apple cost twice this, the equivalent Samsung models are around £300 more.

This is an outstanding phone for the price, with incredible battery life that beats ALL other high-end phones out there, including the iPhone X.

I have a Mate 10 Pro and I simply love it. Have owned all iPhones up to and including the iPhone 6, and many Android phones, and this phone is by far the best phone I have ever used.
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Hottie
This or p20 pro. Is there much difference.
Also torn between this and P20 models. Hoping for some deals on Monday to make up my mind!
Still think it'll get cheaper once the P20 is released.
fredstar78613 m ago

This or p20 pro. Is there much difference.


Not that much really, I think the screen looks better on the Mate 10 Pro and from a media point of view, really cannot see the whole point of the left over notch design panels, being used in every phone under the sun now!

Camera is obvious one and a few minor bits, but have to admit for the extra (( unless you want the free bose headphones )) not sure if there is that much difference if you in the market to spend 500 on a flagship phone...

gsmarena.com/com…106
You mentioned this has all band support, does the P20 pro follow suit as well, or is it missing some? I don't see all bands listed but it is a UK phone
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fredstar78620 m ago

This or p20 pro. Is there much difference.


Basically you are paying for the camera.

There are no real discernible differences, apart from the camera and the screen.

And if you miss out on the bose headphones, then you would have to stump up an extra £300 (or a huawei P20 lite if you will) for a 'slightly' better phone.
Edited by: "Mrswitch" 1st Apr
Mrswitch25 m ago

Basically you are paying for the camera. There are no real discernible …Basically you are paying for the camera. There are no real discernible differences, apart from the camera and the screen. And if you miss out on the bose headphones, then you would have to stump up an extra £300 (or a huawei P20 lite if you will) for a 'slightly' better phone.


Or go via O2 Refresh, get the P20 Pro for £550 and likely a pair of £329 headphones that can be sold on for £200+.

I know what I'd go for.
Edited by: "satchef1" 1st Apr
What a deal. £499 for a top of the range phone.

The equivalent flagships from Apple cost twice this, the equivalent Samsung models are around £300 more.

This is an outstanding phone for the price, with incredible battery life that beats ALL other high-end phones out there, including the iPhone X.

I have a Mate 10 Pro and I simply love it. Have owned all iPhones up to and including the iPhone 6, and many Android phones, and this phone is by far the best phone I have ever used.
It's a real shame it doesn't have wireless charging
Original Poster
satchef17 m ago

Or go via O2 Refresh, get the P20 Pro for £550 and likely a pair of £329 h …Or go via O2 Refresh, get the P20 Pro for £550 and likely a pair of £329 headphones that can be sold on for £200+.I know what I'd go for.


Yes you're totally right, however...
if the guy doesn't want two credit checks done and just has the money there for a sim free,
I know which one I'd go for, to save myself £300.
Paragon741 m ago

You mentioned this has all band support, does the P20 pro follow suit as …You mentioned this has all band support, does the P20 pro follow suit as well, or is it missing some? I don't see all bands listed but it is a UK phone


Yep, the UK p20 pro follows on with 800Mhz Band 20 UK support on all masts

Mate 10 Pro (( uk single sim model in this deal is BLA-L09 ))

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P20 Pro

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Vegito13 m ago

It's a real shame it doesn't have wireless charging


It is, but the way they are optimizing all the background threads and stuff, not really as important as it used to be

Have a peek at this rather fab battery test to see what I mean.. its got the P20 Pro to the left...

Amazing battery life, good display, so-so software. Note: scrollable widgets do not work
Can’t watch videos in HD on apps like Netflix. I wish people would stop being drawn into the cheap prices for Huawei phones. They’re cheap for a reason guys
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mattya122 m ago

Can’t watch videos in HD on apps like Netflix. I wish people would stop b …Can’t watch videos in HD on apps like Netflix. I wish people would stop being drawn into the cheap prices for Huawei phones. They’re cheap for a reason guys


I don't base buying a phone on if I can watch a movie in HD on Netflix, but to each their own.
Mrswitch2 m ago

I don't base buying a phone on if I can watch a movie in HD on Netflix, …I don't base buying a phone on if I can watch a movie in HD on Netflix, but to each their own.


Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship phone with a HDR enabled screen that can’t be used because Huawei won’t equip their phone with a (free of charge) widevine level 1 certification. I wonder why that is...

Wouldn’t trust a Huawei phone personally. But that’s just me! That aside, it’s got a great battery life and camera so if those two features are what you want most then it’s the best in that price range
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mattya123 m ago

Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship …Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship phone with a HDR enabled screen that can’t be used because Huawei won’t equip their phone with a (free of charge) widevine level 1 certification. I wonder why that is... Wouldn’t trust a Huawei phone personally. But that’s just me! That aside, it’s got a great battery life and camera so if those two features are what you want most then it’s the best in that price range


I have an honor view 10, which I do not have one problem with..

I like what huawei are doing as a company.

I'm not a big fan off apple, or Samsung, and have to choose a brand I like, and i like huawei, and i like there phones..

Doesn't makes me a bad person.
Mrswitch3 m ago

I have an honor view 10, which I do not have one problem with..I like what …I have an honor view 10, which I do not have one problem with..I like what huawei are doing as a company. I'm not a big fan off apple, or Samsung, and have to choose a brand I like, and i like huawei, and i like there phones.. Doesn't makes me a bad person.


Haven’t once said anywhere that makes you a bad person! You’re allowed to like what you want to like - that’s not for someone over hot uk deals to tell you.

It’s a personal choice for me.. they don’t equip their phones with basic security to prevent privacy, come from a state where the government watch and listen to everything said and control what people can access, and were founded by an ex communist army officer.

There’s a reason why they’re so cheap, and they lack basic security. But other features (battery, camera) are top class. It’s entirely consumer choice, and whether you want a Huawei or honor phone doesn’t make you a bad person whatsoever. It’s just consumer choice and proper research which has lead me to be against Huawei as a company because things just don’t add up with them
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mattya124 m ago

Haven’t once said anywhere that makes you a bad person! You’re allowed to l …Haven’t once said anywhere that makes you a bad person! You’re allowed to like what you want to like - that’s not for someone over hot uk deals to tell you.It’s a personal choice for me.. they don’t equip their phones with basic security to prevent privacy, come from a state where the government watch and listen to everything said and control what people can access, and were founded by an ex communist army officer. There’s a reason why they’re so cheap, and they lack basic security. But other features (battery, camera) are top class. It’s entirely consumer choice, and whether you want a Huawei or honor phone doesn’t make you a bad person whatsoever. It’s just consumer choice and proper research which has lead me to be against Huawei as a company because things just don’t add up with them


As long as I'm not a bad person?!
mattya1217 m ago

Can’t watch videos in HD on apps like Netflix. I wish people would stop b …Can’t watch videos in HD on apps like Netflix. I wish people would stop being drawn into the cheap prices for Huawei phones. They’re cheap for a reason guys


Thanks for the heads up, that is absolutely shocking
Says it has a sdcard slot yet gsmarena says it does not...can any one confirm if it does have a sdcard slot...
Mrswitch3 m ago

As long as I'm not a bad person?!


People can like what they want! I was more commenting so people had awareness that this phone isn’t the best for media consumption and that ethically, people may have reservations around supporting this company.
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mattya123 m ago

People can like what they want! I was more commenting so people had …People can like what they want! I was more commenting so people had awareness that this phone isn’t the best for media consumption and that ethically, people may have reservations around supporting this company.


Totally get it, cheers
Vegito4 m ago

Thanks for the heads up, that is absolutely shocking


No problem. I’m wary I look like im just bashing on Huawei like some deluded fanboy... I’m not, this phone does have a great battery and AI powered camera. However there are some key flaws people should be aware of - the lack of HD/HDR support for most media applications being one of them.
rob5855 m ago

Says it has a sdcard slot yet gsmarena says it does not...can any one …Says it has a sdcard slot yet gsmarena says it does not...can any one confirm if it does have a sdcard slot...


It doesn’t have an SD Card slot. It comes with 128GB internal storage and 6GB RAM. The operating system (EMUI) uses around 2-3Gb on this phone so around 3GB available for multi tasking.
A Geordie definitely names these phones
Edited by: "Jameseh" 1st Apr
FYI Discount code doesn't work on everything. Not working on ipad pro.
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Jameseh6 m ago

A Geordie definitely names these phones


Just seen this at the bottom of my email...

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mattya1241 m ago

Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship …Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship phone with a HDR enabled screen that can’t be used because Huawei won’t equip their phone with a (free of charge) widevine level 1 certification. I wonder why that is... Wouldn’t trust a Huawei phone personally. But that’s just me! That aside, it’s got a great battery life and camera so if those two features are what you want most then it’s the best in that price range


If huawei are doing what you suggesting then their Mobile handset should be the last thing to worry about, given they are the biggest telecommunication equipment provider on earth, that means they are a major supplier if not the biggest supplier of network equipments within Europe anyway…
Nice
Dm386 m ago

If huawei are doing what you suggesting then their Mobile handset should …If huawei are doing what you suggesting then their Mobile handset should be the last thing to worry about, given they are the biggest telecommunication equipment provider on earth, that means they are a major supplier if not the biggest supplier of network equipments within Europe anyway…


I wasn’t insinuating they were spying on us, I more was getting at I don’t want to financially support a company that has strong links to a communist state that exploits many of its people.

Founded by an ex Chinese army officer, and all of a sudden has an absolutely unreal amount to spend on R+D and undercuts almost all premium phone makers by a significant margin now, despite packing superior tech(in some aspects). This combined with the fact they won’t go through standard google certification just adds to the fact something doesn’t add up with them.

What company in their mind can afford to give away Bose headphones at 349 RRP, with a worlds first triple camera equipped phone on contracts below £50 a month?

Huawei unequivocally portrays that there is more than meets the eye with the company.
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Splice4 m ago

Nice


and splicey.....

Yessss
Mrswitch1 m ago

and splicey..... Yessss


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Jameseh28 m ago

A Geordie definitely names these phones


Its pronounced wiyaye, not wowee
mattya1246 m ago

No problem. I’m wary I look like im just bashing on Huawei like some d …No problem. I’m wary I look like im just bashing on Huawei like some deluded fanboy... I’m not, this phone does have a great battery and AI powered camera. However there are some key flaws people should be aware of - the lack of HD/HDR support for most media applications being one of them.


Just looking into this as interested in the phone, found this on xda, might be a work around for ya forum.xda-developers.com/mat…ge5
bitcoin51 h, 29 m ago

Yep, the UK p20 pro follows on with 800Mhz Band 20 UK support on all masts …Yep, the UK p20 pro follows on with 800Mhz Band 20 UK support on all masts Mate 10 Pro (( uk single sim model in this deal is BLA-L09 ))[Image] P20 Pro[Image] It is, but the way they are optimizing all the background threads and stuff, not really as important as it used to be Have a peek at this rather fab battery test to see what I mean.. its got the P20 Pro to the left...[Video]


Thank you, that's very helpful
mattya1220 m ago

I wasn’t insinuating they were spying on us, I more was getting at I don’t …I wasn’t insinuating they were spying on us, I more was getting at I don’t want to financially support a company that has strong links to a communist state that exploits many of its people. Founded by an ex Chinese army officer, and all of a sudden has an absolutely unreal amount to spend on R+D and undercuts almost all premium phone makers by a significant margin now, despite packing superior tech(in some aspects). This combined with the fact they won’t go through standard google certification just adds to the fact something doesn’t add up with them.What company in their mind can afford to give away Bose headphones at 349 RRP, with a worlds first triple camera equipped phone on contracts below £50 a month? Huawei unequivocally portrays that there is more than meets the eye with the company.


Well, literally everything on this site are made in that communist country anyway, in globalization era, meaning you really need to live under a rock to not to use anything made in that particular country. and if you know a bit of economics you will understand they are not a communist country., Given the EU market have some of the toughest regulations on earth, Not sure how they could become a major supplier of telecommunication equipments in the EU if they have privacy or security problems. In terms of pricing, Maybe hauwei didn't spent more money on advertisement than r&d like Apple and Samsung, ultimately those costs simply been past onto customers.
Mrswitch20 m ago

Its pronounced wiyaye, not wowee


Just say "who are we" quickly
mattya121 h, 9 m ago

Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship …Not just Netflix - was an example. Most multimedia websites. Flagship phone with a HDR enabled screen that can’t be used because Huawei won’t equip their phone with a (free of charge) widevine level 1 certification. I wonder why that is... Wouldn’t trust a Huawei phone personally. But that’s just me! That aside, it’s got a great battery life and camera so if those two features are what you want most then it’s the best in that price range


Is there any work around for this? Can Huawei equip this at a later date? Also, is it confirmed that this is the case for the P20 pro too? If it is I'll send it back. Any help will be appreciated
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Dm381 m ago

Just say "who are we" quickly


Alreet like wor kid.
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