Looks like the Huawei Mate 10 will indeed be unveiled on October 16 in Munich, as we reported earlier.
The confirmation comes from what appears to be an official invite courtesy of alleged "official means".
The invite has the message "Meet the device worth waiting for" scribbled on top of a backdrop with the number 10 on it. The date and place are also on the invite - October 16, Munich.
Now all we need are the full specs and a bucket load of patience so we can survive the two months of waiting.
We do have rumors to keep us company in the meantime. The Mate 10 is said to have a nearly bezel-less 6.1" 18:9 screen with 2160x1080px resolution, branded EntireView, dual cameras, a Kirin 970 chipset with 6GB of RAM and Android 7.1 Nougat.
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I agree with the comments here. 18.5:9 and 18:9 or 2:1 is pure insanity. This horrendous aspect ratio that is popularized by Samsung should die. Not buying any of these pretentious 'Infinity' displays that are actually 'NarrowView' displays!
I could not agree more. 2:1 is a mistake. When all HDTVs and 4K HDTVs start taking hold of the market and adopt 2:1 instead of 16:9, then (and only then), should any other devices (start) adopting that aspect ratio. Samsung and LG are morons, a...