Today is the day Huawei announces the proper Mate 20 to the world, rather than the less-powerful Mate 20 Lite that was rolled out at IFA last month. The launch event may be in London, but chances are none of you reading this are able to attend. Unlike some companies Huawei doesn't tend to let the public attend its launch events, which some of you die-hard fans may be a little upset about. The good news is that you don't need to be there to see everything unfold.
Unlike the IFA press conference, which was a more private-affair, Huawei will be live-streaming the big event for the world to see. So can watch Richard Yu mumble through his speech, and hopefully not go off track by criticising the amount of power US networks have over smartphone sales. You can watch the whole thing unfold on YouTube from 2pm this afternoon. You can either head over the YouTube directly, and watch there, or you can take a look at the embedded version below. It's up to you.
If you can't watch the stream unfold live, or just plain don't feel like it, we'll have a rundown of the announcements up on site. So watch this space.