Huawei’s Honor 10, which was launched back in the month of April in 2017 was one of the most fashionable phones of the time. Until today, dated this post, Huawei has launched a better, an extremely enhanced version of the same device – The Honor 10 GT.
The speciality of the Honor 10 GT is that the device packs in blazing 8GB of RAM.
The Honor 10 GT also features a GPU TURBO (GT) Technology that has promised to bump up the graphics performance of the device by a big difference as compared to the baseline Honor 10 that was launched back in April 2018.
Also, back in June, Honor, Huawei’s sub-brand, also had a new smartphone announcement- it was the Honor Play.
That device too, the Honor Play had the same GPU Turbo technology has a compliment to its graphics.
The main idea of such a technology is to bump up the graphics by 60 percent and lower the battery consumption by almost 30 percent.
Also, it is a software and a hardware configuration which together makes it a perfect conditional match to enable a smartphone for the GPU Turbo Technology.
We also have official news that Huawei is currently in works to bring the maximum of this technology to the majority of its smartphones via a software push update.
As per the performance proof, smartphones enabled with the respective technology run titles like QQ Speed at the maximum frame rate possible.
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Also, the single-thread performance of a GPU Turbo enabled smartphones to easily beat the multi-thread performance scores of multiple ‘flagship’ devices on the market as of today.
Also, another thing to appreciate about the GPU Turbo technology is that an 8 hour standby time on the Honor 10 GT would only throw down a 2-3% drop in the battery.
Honor 10 GT Camera Performance:
With the launch of the Huawei Mate 10, Huawei brought in this intelligent camera technology called the ‘Super Night Scene’ mode.
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This was to take super-bright images using the Huawei Mate 10 and a tripod in the night.
We also witnessed something similar yet smart in the recently launched Huawei P20 and the Huawei P20 Pro which came out with a triple lens setup on the back for AI smart camera.
The speciality of the same feature in the P20 devices was that the devices did not require a tripod or any long-exposure setting to get the same night shot which was bright enough as well.
We have news that we could be seeing a similar functionality of the Night Mode (the one in P20 Pro and P20) in the Honor 10 GT edition. This will be thrown onto via a Beta update on 12th of July.
Honor 10 GT Specifications:
The Honor 10 GT packs in rather an interesting chart-flow of specifications.
Starting from the display, the device holds a 5.84-inch IPS LCD display.
Also, it houses the notch at the centre of the top edge of the screen like every notch smartphone.
The screen to body ratio is a 19:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels which is of FHD+ display rating. The processor being used under the hood is the Kirin 970.
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On the storage front, we do not have information on the storage variants but looking at trends being followed by other smartphone manufacturers and Huawei themselves, we could guess that the device would surely have a 128GB variant as it is a mid-range premium design.
Talking about the camera in brief, 24MP+16MP Dual Camera Setup on the back and a 24MP on its front.
The device would also sport the in-screen or under the display fingering sensor to save the device’s real estate.
The Honor 10 GT would run on EMUI 8.1 themed on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
Honor 10 GT Pricing:
The pricing of the device is something that is not yet officially announced and hence would not be available to the public or even the media publications yet.
Although looking at the past Huawei pricing history and the way they had priced the Honor 10, the Honor 10 GT is said to be priced well under 2,999 Yuan (That is approximately $450).
Hence, concluding, Huawei has announced that one could purchase the device from Honor’s online store JD.com commencing from24 July onwards.
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