Just a few days ahead of its release, live images showing the front and rear of the device have been posted online.
Huawei teased that "the real AI phone" will come next month when its new flagship phone is revealed. The video shows how facial recognition could fail and promises better AI integration in the Mate 10.
Earlier today Huawei Mate 10 posed for a photo but luckily for all Huawei fanboys, the leaks keep pouring. The Mate 10 doesn't seem to have a similar design to other "bezel-less" smartphones like Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 or LG's V30, but it did shrink down the bezels from the Mate 9. It also talks about a fingerprint sensor on the back panel of the phone. If the Mate 10 and Kirin 970 do prove to be more powerful than anything Apple has to offer, however, it could widen the gap between the two companies, and solidify Huawei's spot as the second largest smartphone brand. The unique selling points of the phone are its dual front and dual rear cameras in addition to its full-screen display.
"In the teaser, the mobile manufacturer makes fun of iPhone X's neural engine and asks people to wait for "#The Real AI Phone".
There is no official confirmation of the specs from the company, but rumors reported by Android Authority say it will have a 5.9-inch HD display, the Kirin 659 chipset, a 3,340 mAh battery, and 4 GB of RAM.
Other rumored specifications on the new Huawei Mate 10 will include a dual camera setup on the back, this is said to include one 12 megapixel camera and one 20 megapixel camera. Huawei are holding a press event for the handset on the 16th of October.