Huawei’s next flagship device is coming on November 3. The Chinese giant sent out “save the date” emails to members of the press, pegging November 3 as the data of an “exclusive press conference” in Munich, Germany. The occasion is the “global unveiling of a new flagship device” and Richard Yu, the CEO of Huawei, will be on stage to deliver the presentation.

Yu is known to have a penchant for presenting new Huawei devices at press events, and his presence is a sign that something major is coming. Most recently, the executive unveiled the new Nova and Nova Plus on stage during IFA 2016.

Huawei’s invitation is lacking in detail, but there’s a good chance that the mystery device coming on November 3 is the Mate 9. The date matches a recent rumor out of China that claimed Huawei would bring forward the release date of its hero device from December to November.

Last year, the Huawei Mate 8 was announced in late November in China and relaunched for a global audience at CES in January 2016. It’s likely the Mate 9 will follow the same pattern.

Various leaks suggest the Mate 9 will be an unabashed powerhouse. Specs will likely include the new Kirin 960 processor, up to 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage, a generous screen, a dual camera co-developed with Leica and a 4,000 mAh battery. Huawei may also rework its EMUI software, which wasn’t received very well outside of China.

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