Macau (MNA) – Local telecom operator CTM will offer the iPhone X, the latest model of the popular device, from November 24, the company said in a press release today.
Customers will be able to pre-register to get an iPhone X beginning today at local CTM shops and through the Internet.
The iPhone X started to be sold last Friday. In Hong Kong, some buyers quickly resold iPhone X handsets for a profit, but the resale premium dropped as waiting times fell and supply concerns eased, Reuters informed.
A newly purchased iPhone X were reselling for HK$11,800 (US$1,512) soon after sales began, but the price quickly fell to HK$10,300, a trader told Reuters. In mainland China – where Hong Kong traders often sell newly purchased goods – the anniversary model’s starting price is RMB8,388 (US$1,267).
The handset features an edge-to-edge display designed for deeper colour rendition, and an innovative camera that uses facial recognition to unlock and operate the phone, Reuters said.