Forget the P10 and buy this instead.

A new Huawei Flagship is announced Today Honor 8 Pro for £475 (nearly $593).

Taking a look inside the Honor 8 pro finding the Kirin 960 with four 2.4GHz cores and four 1.8GHz cores. With 6GB of RAM and 64 gigs of expandable storage. It’s also running the latest version of Huawei’s EMUI (5.1), which is built on top of Android 7.0 Nougat. Among the improvements are a better blue light filter and new camera feature co-developed with GoPro called Highlights, which automatically creates video stories from what’s available in the gallery.

The Honor 8 Pro uses machine learning to optimize performance, predicting your daily Facebook check so the app loads faster than it would do.

It comes with 4,000mAh battery with fast-charging support that’ll apparently keep the thing going for two days of regular use. There’s room for a vibrant, stunning 5.7-inch Quad HD (2,560 x 1,400) display. The Honor 8 Pro comes with the Jaunt VR app preinstalled, and the device’s box actually converts into a cardboard VR viewer. It’s a nice touch to include this accessory as standard.

You’re getting an excellent dual 12-megapixel camera setup (f/2.2 on both) on the new Honor device that takes some delightful shots, as well as an 8MP shooter up front for selfies. In wide aperture mode, you can play around with focal point and background blur. And as one of the two sensors is monochrome, you can snap native black-and-white pictures. Low-light performance is also very impressive.

The Honor 8 Pro is available to pre-order in the UK today from Huawei’s vmall store. The official launch is set for April 20th. There’s no word on US pricing or availability yet. But we will hear about it soon.