The Mi 8 Pro sports a 6.21-inch AMOLED display, transparent glass back cover, an AI-powerful dual camera set-up and infra-red facial recognition technology, and bears a close resemblance to Apple's iPhone X thanks to the "notch" at the top of its display.
Other core specs are pretty standard for a modern flagship, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
The rear glass panel is clear and Xiaomi claims it allows owners to see the "phone's intricacies" easily.
As per our report, the Mi 8 Pro is indeed the Mi 8 Explorer Edition that was launched in China on May this year as opposed to this similarly named variant that was released in China a few months later.
Moreover, the manufacturer has also highlighted the clarity present in selfies taken on the phone's 20-megapixel front-facing sensor.
Xiaomi, the world's fourth ranked smartphone maker, entered Britain on Thursday with the global debut of its flagship Mi 8 Pro, which it hopes will win fans in a market dominated by Samsung and Apple.
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Not only is a case included with the product, but the Chinese tech giant have also kindly included a USB-C adapter so user's can use their traditional wired headphones if they want to.
Xiaomi launched the Mi 8 Pro earlier in the year, but the United Kingdom is the first country to get the handset outside of China. The company is opening a Mi shop on 18 November in Westfield, west London.
The outlet will sell the Mi 8 Pro in addition to a number of other Xiaomi products.