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The Honor 8 Pro is an upgraded version of last year's Honor 8. Its display is larger than its predecessor's (5.7 vs. 5.2 inches) and it has a higher resolution (2,960x1,440 vs. 1,920x1080 pixels).

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Inside is a 2.4GHz octacore processor and 6GB of RAM. Huawei says the 4,000mAh battery will last for two days. That's a long time for a phone today so we're eager to test that promise.

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With the fingerprint sensor on the rear you can not only open the phone but swipe your finger over it to browse photos or bring up the notification panel.

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Here are the two 12-megapixel camera lenses: One takes photos in color, while the other shoots only in black and white. There's a flash next door and another 8-megapixel camera around front.

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The blue color is quite attractive and for a phone, a rather rare hue, as well.

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The Honor 8 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat, making it reasonably up to date.

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On the bottom is the USB-C port.

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The Honor 8 Pro is unlocked so you'll be able to use it with any compatible carrier. Available now for preorder in the UK and some European countries, it costs £475 or 549 euros, which converts to roughly $585 or AU$770, with US and Australian availability yet to be announced.

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