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Huawei's new Honor 8 is set to battle midprice Android phones like the OnePlus 3 and ZTE Axon 7.
It'll sell in blue, white and black.
Huawei is pushing its Honor sub-brand hard, trying to spin it off into its own entity.
The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Its USB-C charger port is current with the new industry standard.
It's a slim phone...
...with two rear camera lenses and a fingerprint reader on the back.
Inside, it's powered by a house-made chipset named Kirin.
Huawei modeled the less expensive Honor 8 on last spring's P9, a metal phone with two camera lenses made by Leica.
Press, tap or double-tap the fingerprint reader to launch three separate apps.
It's a cool shortcut that's new to the Honor 8.
The 8, left, compared to the P9.
You can easily see the two camera lenses, one for monochrome and one for everything else.
Both lenses together are meant to make photos more vibrant than the competition.
Here are some camera modes.
And here's that flash.
Enjoy some more pictures of the Honor 8 from every angle.
You can use your knuckle to trace the display and launch apps like the camera.
Read our first impressions of life with the Huawei Honor 8.