Huawei Mate 10 Pro Won't Be Sold In The US Through AT&T

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Won't Be Sold In The US Through AT&T

Huawei Mate 10 Pro Won't Be Sold In The US Through AT&T

Its Mate 10 Pro smartphone, for example, will apparently be available unlocked for customers to buy, an unnamed source told the publication. But the venture has fallen through, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Regardless, the collapse would represent a huge blow to Huawei's global expansion plans.

The Huawei Mate 10 pro was supposed to be headed to mobile carriers AT&T and Verizon in the USA, the handset is now not coming to these carriers. Now, the smartphone maker has confirmed that that will no longer be the case. But the company has not revealed the reason behind the failure to reach an agreement. The company provided no explanation on why the rumored partnership was called off, which, according to reports, was scheduled for announcement at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

"We remain committed in this market now and in the future". It's said that Huawei was planning to announce the news Tuesday, aka tomorrow, but now the company's deal with AT&T is no more. Huawei has been selling its phones unlocked in the U.S., but most consumers still buy their phones from their carrier, which gives them an easy way to try a phone in person before buying it and to spread out the payments once they do buy.

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Amid reports of ongoing talks between the two companies, AT&T has announced Huawei phones will not be part of its handset offerings.

Currently, it is trailing behind Samsung and Apple and for those that do not know, penetrating the selling through carriers was a golden opportunity that did not seem to take form for the tech firm. Members of the Senate and the House intelligence committees actually sent out a letter on December 20 to the FCC raising concerns over Huawei's alleged ties to the Chinese government and its intelligence and security services.

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