Today, Huawei took the cover off of its Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro at its event in Germany. Both devices have been in the press through rumors and leaks over the past couple months, so their reveal came as no surprise. But the firm did have something up its sleeve, also announcing a third handset, the Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design.
The Mate 10 Porsche Design shares the majority of specs with the Mate 10 Pro, but comes packed as standard with 6GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The smartphone follows the same design as the Mate 10 Pro, but has little touches like its Porsche Design moniker on the rear - located just under the dual camera sensor - and its Diamond Black finish that really sets it apart from the pack.
While all of this looks good, the privilege of owning something like this won't come cheap. The handset is set to arrive sometime in November, priced at €1,395 or around $1,650 USD. The unit will primarily be available in Europe and Asia.