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Kogan Comes Of Age With Gig Alongside JB Hi Fi, Harvey Norman & Optus

Kogan came of age last night when for the first time a major brand promoted the online retailer alongside JB HI FI and Harvey Norman and Optus for the launch of a new top end smartphone.

As shares in the online retailer slumped Chinese Company Huewei was parading Kogan as a key part of a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign for their all new Mate 20 Pro smartphones which is being labelled by reviewers as the “Best phone” launched this year.

Multi Million Dollar Marketing Campaignbeing rolled out by Huawei.

Kogan online is set to promoted on billboards at major high traffic sites in Australia as Huawei who are banned in the USA look to grow their share of the smartphone market in Australia.

At the official Australian launch last night in Sydney Larking Huang the Managing Director of Huawei Consumer business in Australia told ChannelNews that he was confident of success in this market.
“We have a great product and Australians love quality and the new Mate Pro 20 is the best smartphone in the world today” he said.

Hugely popular in Asia and Europe the Companies new flagship device which hit stores yesterday is certainly up there up with the best that Apple and Samsung have.

It has a powerful new 7 nanometre chip that is better than Apple’s new A12 bionic chip found in the new iPhone and because of the power of the processor it has in-screen fingerprint sensor and five cameras onboard.

It also has several new technologies not seen in other devices such as reverse wireless charging, that allows you can charge another smartphones by simply placing them on top of the Mate 20 Pro.

The Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are available from today through Optus, Vodafone, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, and Kogan. The Mate 20 Pro is available in two colours, black and midnight blue and has an RRP of $1,599. The Mate 20 is available in black and has an RRP of $1,099.

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