There’s an Android phone coming out that will cost $1,300

发布日期:2016-10-25     

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Flagship smartphones are insanely expensive these days. Consider this: today, our deals team included a brand new 2016 Samsung HDTV model with a curved 49-inch display in their? roundup of Amazons best daily deals . Curved screens are the latest and greatest tech Samsung is touting in its TV lineup, and a 49-inch display is a great size. This model also smart features so it can run all of your favorite apps like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. Right now, this great TV from the worlds top TV brand is on sale for $510 — which is just over?half of what Apple charges for a high-end iPhone 7 Plus. But if you think the iPhone 7 Plus is expensive, you havent seen anything yet. DONT MISS:? Insane new iPhone 8 design that no one saw coming may have just been revealed Theres a hot new smartphone that is about to be released, and it features specs that are shaping up to absolutely crush every other Android smartphone on the market. Youll probably never actually see one in person though — not just because its a Huawei flagship phone and the company doesnt sell many flagship phones in the US, but also because new rumors suggest that its going to be priced right out of contention. Gadget leaker Evan Blass reports that the upcoming new Huawei Mate 9 and Huawei Mate 9 Pro will feature?5.9-inch displays,?Kirin 960 processors, 4GB of RAM and as much as 256GB of internal storage. The higher-end "Pro" model will reportedly feature quad HD?resolution and a dual lens camera set up that offers up to 4x optical zoom, outdoing Apples new iPhone 7 Plus and its 2x optical zoom. Heres the kicker: According to a tweet from Blass , a Mate 9 Pro with 256GB of storage will cost a whopping $1,300. https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/789994830877302784 Huawei will reportedly unveil its new Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro during a press conference on November 3rd.