Huawei's latest smartphone offering, the Honor 7, was first announced by the company on June 30, 2015 and saw near immediate success in China. With 9 million pre-orders in just a single week in China, Huawei then expanded the availability to the UK with a press event on August 27.

The Honor 7 is the successor to Huawei's Honor 6 smartphone, except this time around the company is only offering a single size. Featuring a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the Honor 7 is powered by a 64-bit Kirin 935 chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM. As for storage, the company is offering two options, 16GB and 64GB, with the option to be expanded through the use of a microSD card. To get you through the day, Huawei has built-in a 3,000mAh battery

As far as cameras, the Honor 7 has an20MP shooter on the back with an F2.0 aperture, a 6-lens module and sapphire glass for extra protection. For the front-facing camera, Huawei has included an 8MP camera that should be great for capturing those super important selfies. The Honor 7 comes equipped with a fingerprint scanner, which the company has placed on the rear of the phone under the camera.

Purchasing the 16GB variant of the Honor 7 will set you back $320, or $355 for the dual-sim LTE version, while the 64GB model comes in only $45 more, at $400.