It's been a month since the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has released its flagship Honor 10 device with 6 GB RAM. Thanks to its latest update, the ARM Mali-G72 MP12 GPU will be finally put to use to create remarkable night pictures that reportedly reaches the level of the P20 and P20 Pro.
Besides boosting the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) by 60%, the update should also increase battery efficiency by up to 30%, which is again, a most impressive number. Apart from the powerful GPU Turbo technology, the Honor 10 GT comes with 8 GB of RAM for bolstering its performance.
The software update is now in beta, but should start arriving to all phones no later than July 15.
The Honor 10 GTsports a similar 5.84-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2280×1080 pixels.
The price of the Honor 10 GT has not yet announced, but its anticipated sale is likely to begin from July 24 on JD.com as well as Honor's online store. The Kirin 970 processor for example, which powers the excellent P20 Pro and middling P20, is certainly no slouch but is some way behind the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor particularly when it comes to graphics performance, being a closer competitor to last year's 835 chip. The devices will feature GPU Turbo technology out of the box.
The Honor 10 GT has identical specifications as that of Honor 10, except for the 8GB RAM instead of 6GB.
Huawei launched the Honor 10 in April. Besides the chin and the notch where the 24-megapixel selfie camera sits, the screen is almost edge-to-edge. At the front, it boasts a 24-megapixel camera. Her default got the smartphone Honor Play, and in the near future it will appear in the lines of P20, Honor 10 and Mate, as well as the old P10. Underneath the hood, the phone will be running a 3,400 mAH battery alongside Android 8.1 Oreo OS. As per reports, the GPU Turbo feature will be rolled out for the Honor 10 starting from July 15 and the AIS feature will be available by July end or early August.
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