Huawei shares updated schedule of GPU Turbo rollout

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Huawei shares updated schedule of GPU Turbo rollout

Huawei announced the Honor 10 with 6 GB RAM back in May, but a mightier version was just unveiled in China. The smartphone is powered by an Octa-Core Huawei Kirin 970 (4 x 2.4 GHz A73+ 4 x 1.8 GHz A53) 10nm processor with Mali-G72 MP12 GPU.

GPU Turbo technology for improved graphics performance It comes with GPU Turbo technology which may considerably enhance the phone's graphics performance by 60 percent when at the same time consuming only 30 percent of the battery.

While the Honor 10 was launched back in April this year, the smartphone came with 6GB of RAM which has now been upgraded to 8GB to match the trend of overkill RAM configurations on smartphones. One of the main additions to the phone is of the GPU Turbo. The app quick-pic will be a great choice to quickly browse them on your phone's storage and setting them as a wallpaper for home screen or lock screen or event as a Display-picture if you want to do so.

This 8GB variant will appear in a flash sale on July 24 on Honor's online store and JD.com but so far there's been no word on the price tag.

Powering the is the Kirin 970 processor and a 3,400 mAh battery. No, because Huawei's committed to delivering the software update to a wide range of current phones from both it and sub-brand Honor.

The Honor 10 GT borrows all the other specs from the regular version of Honor 10.

The Honor 10 GT will be 5.8-inches with a 2280×1020 LCD display.

In terms of optics, Honor 10 GT has "AI Camera setup" consisting of 24-megapixel primary sensor and 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.8 aperture, PDAF, and an AI photography mode. It sports a front mounted fingerprint sensor and has a infrared sensor too. Currently, the software update is in beta stage and will arrive in all handsets no later than July 15. Just for comparison, the 6 GB variant now goes for CNY 2,599 - or about $390, so expect the Honor 10 GT to cost slightly more than that. It still uses EMUI 8.1 on top of Android Oreo straight out of the box.

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