We asked you which Mate 10 is the right one for you and the result shows a preference but not quite certainty. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro edged out its sibling 36% vs. 28%.
At 800 it is one of the more affordable flagships and it offers a good spec sheet even if it’s marred by some questionable omissions. Still, an 18:9 AMOLED screen with HDR10 support, a powerful Leica dual camera and a beefy 4,000mAh battery elevate the Mate 10 Pro. The durability of a metal body with waterproofing helps too.
Still, the vanilla Huawei Mate 10 drops 100 off the price and goes up to a QHD screen (HDR10-enabled LCD) and adds goodies like a microSD slot and 3.5mm headphone jack. You do lose the waterproofing and drop down to 4GB/64GB of memory.
Only just over 10% of people were still scratching their heads, wondering which Mate is the better one. And finally, a quarter of those who answered the poll are not so uncertain they know they are getting something else.