The Huawei Honor 8 Pro is the Honor 8Pro, which was announced at the beginning of June, as the Honor line of phones is still alive.
The Honor 8 is an 8.3 inch device with a 720p HD display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, which will run Android Nougat 7.0 Nougats 8.1.1 firmware.
The Huawei Pro is a 5.7 inch device, with a 1080p display and an Adreno 540 GPU.
The device is powered by the latest Kirin 960 chipset, which is said to deliver a 2560 x 1440 resolution.
It will run on Android 7 (Nougat) 7.5.1 and will be available in various colour schemes.
The Honor 8 will also feature a dual-camera setup.
The front camera has a 1.5MP sensor, while the back camera is a 4MP sensor.
Both cameras are capable of shooting 4K video, which we found to be a bit of a disappointment, since it seems like Huawei has tried to get rid of the traditional camera on its flagship devices in order to get the most out of its high-end phones.
The Huawei Honor-series has had some really great hardware over the years.
We have already reviewed the Honor 7 Pro, which has a 1440p display, 8GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage, and the Honor 6 Pro, a 4.3-inch 1440p OLED display, 32GB of storage, 4GB of LTE connectivity, and 32GB memory.
The latter phone also has a microSD card slot.
The latest Honor 8 smartphones come with a Snapdragon 811 chipset, a 14nm process that is said by Huawei to have a 25% higher density than the Cortex-A72.
The chip is said, however, to be 10 times faster than the Snapdragon 820, which came in the Honor 5 Pro.
The Kirin 960, however is expected to be the first 8-core chipset that can support the latest Android 7 and 8.0 Oreo software, which should improve the performance of the Honor 820, as well as the Kirin 960.
There are some minor differences between the Huawei Honor 820 and the Huawei Pro.
For one, Huawei has said that the Huawei 810 and Honor 8 are designed to be used in a single family environment, with the Honor 9 being a dual family device.
This is true, although Huawei has not yet revealed any details about the price of the Huawei 9.
The only other notable difference between the Honor devices is the colour scheme.
The Pro features a white front, while Honor has a black back, and Honor has added a blue back to the back.
It looks like Huawei will be sticking with the traditional silver colour scheme for the Honor 10, which means that the Honor 920 will be the only Honor device to feature the Honor logo in silver.
As far as storage goes, the Huawei 10 Pro is powered on with 64GB of flash storage, while its smaller sibling, the Honor Pro 10, has 32GB.
Huawei has also said that it will offer both 32GB and 64GB storage options in the Huawei 12.
There is also a 64GB variant for the Huawei 11, while 64GB is also available for the Mate 10 Pro.
The Kirin 960 is expected at launch to deliver an octa-core Cortex-M3 processor, as it is claimed to deliver up to 2.3 times the performance over the Cortex A72.
Huawei is also rumored to have two variants of the Kirin 870 processor, with 4GB and 8GB RAM respectively.