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Huawei, vivo unveil digital devices for Christmas gifts

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Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has unveiled a number of its products on special offers during the pre-Christmas and Boxing Day periods.

Smartphone vendor vivo has announced a number of its models, that have not been formally released in Australia, will be on sale locally.

In the run-up to Christmas, Huawei will offer the following discounts from today [2 December] until 24 December:

Huawei Watch Fit $149 [discount of $100]

Watch GT 2 [discounts up to $250 on various models]

Watch GT 2e [discount of $170]

Mate Pad 11 [with bonus keyboard, mouse and pen]

MateBook D14 [discount of $200]

For Boxing Day, the company has the following offers between 24 and 28 December:

FreeBuds 4i [discount of $80]

FreeBuds Pro [discount of $130]

FreeBuds Studio [discount of $200]

Eyewear II [discount of $200]

Watch GT 2 Pro [Discount of $200]

Band 6 [discount of $70]

MatePad 11 [with keyboard, mouse and pen]

The devices will be sold through Huawei Experience Stores, MobileCiti, Amazon AU and eBay.

vivo has the following 4G devices for sale during the Christmas period:

vivo Y33s [128GB storage, 50MP AI triple camera] $299

Y21 [64GB storage, 5000mAh battery] $239

X60 Pro [48MP Pro Camera, Co-engineered Imaging System by ZEISS, Snapdragon 870 SoC] $1099

vivo Australia public relations and communications manager Laura Hayward said there would be other models put on sale later this month.


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