Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has launched limited numbers of its new Mate 60 flagship phone two weeks early after images of the device were leaked online on Monday. The Mate 60 Pro is the world’s first phone with a satellite phone-call function, allowing users to make and receive calls even when a terrestrial network signal is absent, Huawei claims. The 12GB+512GB Mate 60 model is priced at RMB 6,999 ($960), however it has not been disclosed on the official website whether the processor the device runs on is 4G or 5G. The official product launch was originally scheduled for September 12th, but following the online leak Huawei announced a limited number of the devices would be sold via what it called the Huawei Mate 60 Pro Pioneer Program. The phone maker said the offer was also to mark the sale of 100 million Huawei Mate smartphones since the series’ launch in 2013. [IThome, in Chinese]