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Huawei-owned Honor's latest phone, the View 10, has a 6-inch screen, making it something of a pocket-stretcher.
Inside, it has Huawei's latest Kirin 970 octa-core chip, 6GB of RAM and Android Oreo software.
It goes on sale in January for £449, which converts to about $600 or AU$795.
It has a 2,160x1,080-pixel resolution.
Android Oreo is on board as standard.
There's a dual-lens camera on the back, which lets you take photos with DSLR-style depth of field in your portraits.
There's a chunky 3,750mAh battery, which should easily get you through a day of use.
A fingerprint scanner lives below the display.
It charges with USB C. There's also a 3.5mm headphone jack.
It runs the same EMUI software you'll find on all of Huawei's phones.
Here's where you switch camera modes.
Speaker holes are drilled into the metal chassis.
The screen looked sharp in my hands-on time.
It might be wide, but it's very thin.
There's a 13-megapixel front facing camera.
The rear camera has dual sensors with 16- and 20-megapixel resolution.
The auto scene detection apparently is faster and more accurate than in the similar Honor 7X, announced in November, thanks to the AI skills of the View 10's Kirin processor.