Huawei has just teased the Mate 10 on Twitter using a silhouette image with no caption and a hashtag for the smartphone’s launch.

With the growing trend of dual cameras on mobile devices, Huawei has always been a pioneer with its Leica partnership. It started with the Huawei P9, which was launch last April 2016, followed by the Mate 9 from November of the same year. This year, the P10 was announced after a year of its predecessor, but the Mate 10 is coming one month earlier than usual — October.

The teaser image confirms the dual-camera setup of the Mate 10 along with a warm greeting that it belongs to the Dual Camera Family. Huawei didn’t indulge us with more interesting details aside from the official hashtag of #beyondthegalaxy.

According to rumors, the Mate 10 will have an edge-to-edge screen (but some reports say that’ll be exclusive to a “Pro” version) to be called EntireView with an 18:9 aspect ratio. As for its size, it could be as big or even bigger than the Galaxy Note 8’s 6.3 inches. The company’s new top-of-the-line chipset may also make its debut on the Mate 10.

We’ll get confirmation by October 16, or when more leaks and teasers come out before then.

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