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Huawei made fun of Apple iPhone X in new video

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Huawei made fun of Apple iPhone X in new video
Apple has launched their flagship phone of the year, iPhone X. Phone which is futuristic by its design and features has taken its fan on next level. The iPhone X is equipped with the A11 Bionic chip, which features an industry-first neural engine built specifically for artificial intelligence (AI) tasks like Face ID's three-dimensional scanning.




After reading about the features and looking at the design of the device, you might be impressed with the latest flagship from the Apple. But Huawei, however, doesn't seem impressed, and on its Facebook page, it teased that "the real AI phone" will come on October 16, when the company plans to unveil the latest Mate-branded flagship phone.

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The short video that can be seen below shows a device with an edge-to-edge screen which is trying to identify a generic cartoon clown and fails to do so, instructing the user to “try again.” The skit is strongly alluding to Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi who unsuccessfully tried to authenticate himself using Face ID twice during the announcement of the iPhone X before finally managing to unlock the device using his face for the third time after a few minutes.

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So basically, why Huawei is teasing Apple iPhone X Face ID capabilities. Actually, the company is set to unveil the Mate 10 flagship at an event in Munich on 16 October. The company has kept tight-lipped as to what features and specs it will come with, and rumors, in general, have been relatively thin on the ground. Huawei’s joke precedes a hashtag suggesting that “the real AI phone” will be unveiled on October 16, the date on which the Mate 10 is set to be officially launched, as the tech giant previously confirmed.




Huawei is therefore clearly confident of the software of the Mate 10 and its ability to unlock the phone using your face. This could also infer that the Mate 10 will have an all-screen front panel and no front-facing home button/fingerprint sensor.

The only other thing we know for sure about the Mate 10 is that it will come with a dual-lens rear camera, following a tweet from Huawei's Australian account. 

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Specifications of Huawei Mate 10 





The Mate 10 itself is expected to become Huawei’s first handset with a relatively bezel-free design and a tall display panel adopting an aspect ratio of 18:9, i.e. 2:1. Apart from the Kirin 970, the flagship is also believed to ship with at least 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal flash memory, as well as a dual camera setup on its rear panel. The Mate 10 is said to be accompanied by two other smartphones from the same series which will feature more conventional designs and less powerful hardware, industry insiders said earlier this year. The Huawei-made flagship is likely to become commercially available by November.

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