Huawei introduced a gaming-related software enhancement last month called GPU Turbo. This new software feature was advertised by the phone maker to improve graphics performance by 60 percent and more importantly it also is 30 percent more power efficient. The technology is now in the process of being relayed to other smartphones via OTA. However, the brand has just introduced the Honor 10 GT which is an enhanced version of the Honor 10 with 8GB of RAM.
Honor 10 GT: Is the gaming on?
The Honor 10 GT (short for GPU Turbo) price was not declared but it could retail at 2,999 Yuan ($450 approx) considering the 6GB Honor 10 costs 2,599 Yuan (~$390). If you’ve forgotten the specifications of the handset, we’ll leave some details for you here.
Speaking more about GPU Turbo, it not only improves gaming performance, it also enhances standby times. The power saving feature will help Honor 10 GT consume as less as 2 to 3 percent in 8 hours. Single-thread performance scores of GPU Turbo-powered mid-range devices are said to beat multi-thread performance of even some flagship phones. Moreover, Super Night Scene mode present in the P20 Pro will also be brought to the Honor 10 GT in a future beta update on July 12.
As for major specs, the Honor 10 GT is equipped with the cutting-edge Kirin 970, 5.84 inch IPS LCD display with Full-HD+ resolution, 24MP + 16MP rear camera, and a single 24MP selfie snapper. For more info on specs, click here.
The Honor 10 GT will be sold starting July 24 on Honor’s online portal and JD.com.