We managed to get our hands on the Mate Xs in Malaysia when it was globally launched in February, but if you want to get one for yourself then this Friday is your day.

Unlike the HUAWEI Mate X that didn’t come to Malaysia, the Mate Xs will be available in our country for RM11,111. That’s pricier than the Samsung Galaxy Fold that was launched last year, but this time the Mate Xs will have an improved hinge design for better durability.

It’s obvious that the Mate Xs is a pricey 5G device, which is precisely why many other brands have partnered with HUAWEI to offer several rewards. If you are the first 20 to use your CIMB credit card to purchase the Mate Xs via www.3ex.com.my/cimb, you’ll get 10X CIMB bonus points and one HUAWEI GT2 smartwatch. You can also purchase the device from Sen Heng and Harvey Norman if you’re interested in getting the HUAWEI GT2 smartwatch. 

For those who frequent Pavilion, you’ll get exclusive privileges when you purchase the Mate Xs there. The first 20 to purchase the Mate Xs at Bonia’s Pavilion Store will also be entitled to a bespoke pouch and a bespoke earphone case, in addition to a RM6,000 cash voucher.

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The HUAWEI Mate Xs will be available on March 20 with a startling price tag 1Still haven’t given up on travelling? Purchase the 5G foldable phone and you’ll get a one-time upgrade to Business Class when you buy an Economy Flex ticket from Malaysia Airlines — you can only travel from KL to China/Japan/Korea/Taiwan/Hong Kong.

You can also get the 5G foldable phone at a cheaper price (RM7,888) when you subscribe to Celcom’s MEGA Plan. Not a Celcom user? Maxis also offers its Zerolution RM188 monthly plan that requires no upfront payment, plus the device will only cost you RM430/month.

That’s not all — when you purchase the Huawei Mate Xs, you’ll be getting the Freebuds 3 and an Envelope Leather Case for free. If you’d like to know more, visit HUAWEI’s Facebook page.

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