Smart-Huawei partnership

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Leading mobile operator Smart Axiata, a subsidiary of a Malaysia-owned Axiata Group, yesterday reached a partnership agreement with Huawei for the exclusive launch of Huawei Mate 9 in Cambodia.
Thomas Hundt, CEO of Smart Axiata, said that Smart was pleased to bring Huawei’s latest super high-end product, the Mate 9, to Cambodia.
“The Mate 9’s top-notch features will surely excite tech savvy Cambodians who will be able to get the most out of their device thanks to Smart’s ever-expanding network, spearheaded by the country’s fastest and widest mobile Internet network – 4G+ – powered by Smart,” he said.
Lv Qing Chen, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Cambodia) Co., Ltd, said that Huawei Mate 9 was a clear standout from other models.
“The revolutionary camera features are co-engineered with Leica and OIS which also includes a 2x hybrid zoom and 4K video recording with our 2nd generation Leica Dural Camera. It runs with a new generation of CPU, the Kirin 960 processor and uses intelligent machine learning algorithms,” he said.
“Huawei appreciates its long-term partnership with Smart Axiata. As Smart celebrates its eighth anniversary, this device will complement Smart’s great offers perfectly and will give excellent value for money and benefits.”
Presently, Smart also partners Apple in Cambodia and is the only mobile phone operator offering for sale iPhones and iPads to its customers.
In January 2014, Smart launched its 4G LTE network and became the first mobile operator in Cambodia to provide 4G services. The Smart powered 4G LTE is available across all 25 provinces widely.
In September 2016, Smart launched its 4G+ LTE Advanced combined with “carrier aggregation” which allows a device, such as a smartphone, to receive multiple different 4G signals at once.
“With 4G+ LTE Advanced, Smart is fostering its data leadership position in Cambodia,” said Smart CEO Mr. Hundt.

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