When the scene cuts to the woman holding the phone there is also 1 camera aperture and what looks like a smaller flash one beside it too, so no finger print scanner. Also, where is the front camera. I'd say this is just a CGI phone and not based on any phone.
1. It's in a case. 2. The rear is black, looks like flat glass/ceramic. 3. The woman's hands are dark in the far shot (as you would expect!), but white on the closeup! Oops! 4. If it is the new Rubin phone, it's not that innovative from a form factor angle. LG and Samsung have blown it out of the water, Samsung in particular with the S8. Only redeeming feature maybe the way the software works, perhaps like the Nextbit Robin that auto manages your apps depending on usage.
For those interested, it takes about £3m ($5m) to develop a new mobile phone, from sketches to prototype. Peanuts to large company, but not to a startup. The risk of failure is huge, which is sad.
I don't get it. What is Andy's relationship with Michelin or the ad producer? It seems bit of a stretch.