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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.

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It has a 2,160x1,080-pixel resolution.

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Android Oreo is on board as standard.

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There's a dual-lens camera on the back, which lets you take photos with DSLR-style depth of field in your portraits.

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There's a chunky 3,750mAh battery, which should easily get you through a day of use.

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A fingerprint scanner lives below the display.

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It charges with USB C. There's also a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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It runs the same EMUI software you'll find on all of Huawei's phones.

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Here's where you switch camera modes.

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Speaker holes are drilled into the metal chassis.

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The screen looked sharp in my hands-on time.

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It might be wide, but it's very thin.

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There's a 13-megapixel front facing camera.

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The rear camera has dual sensors with 16- and 20-megapixel resolution.

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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.

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