Huawei announced three phones at the CES in Las Vegas in January - the Ascend D2 1080p smartphone, the Ascend Mate 6.1" phablet and the Ascend W1 Windows Phone midranger. Usually the Huawei phones launch in their homeland - China - first and so this is the case here.
The 6.1-inch Ascend Mate droid will launch in about a month and at least one retailer is already taking pre-orders for it. The Chinese retailer Liaow, which offers international shipping charges exactly $575 for the smartphone.
Shipping would be another $23-$38, depending on the country you live in and you get to choose between DHL and EMS. Keep in mind though, that you'll also have to pay various import fees and, depending on the laws in your country, VAT.
China is growing.... big! petty much the world now days will have a problem if there is no more "make in china" products... DONT YOU ALL AGREED !!!
never had this huavai chinese makers who gonna bur them? junk all of them,.anything make in europe.usa and japan are good and rest of them cant make nothing
Yup... this is gonna be more like an equivalent of around $800 in Europe since the amount in US dollars is mirrored in Europe, but in Euro (that's not even counting VAT, import cost and tax and distributors profit margin. This is too close to Galaxy ...