A busy fall phone season just got even more crowded. Today, Huawei sent out invites for an event to unveil its newest phone, the Mate 10. The invitation doesn’t reveal much, just an etched 10 in the background with the words “Meet the device worth waiting for” above the time and place of the event, October 16, 2017, in Munich, Germany.

The past few weeks have treated us to several teasers about the new device, some coming directly from Huawei’s CEO. Not only will the device come with a full-screen display, longer battery life than its predecessor, and quicker charging speeds, the CEO says it will be “an even more powerful product” than Apple’s upcoming iPhone.

The Mate 10 is the followup to one of the most under-appreciated phones of 2016, the Huawei Mate 9. The Mate 9 wowed us with its wonderful battery life and dual-camera system, but was released in the US months after its initial launch and unfortunately came without much fanfare.

Are you getting excited for the Mate 10? What improvements do you think Huawei should make this time around? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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