The Honor 10 is already a very capable phone, with a latest gen Kirin 970 processor and 6GB of RAM. But in case you want something more from your phone, Honor has you covered. If you’re in China, at least.
The company has announced the Honor 10 GT, a slightly souped up version of the Honor 10 for the Chinese market. The differences are slight but worth the upgrade if you haven’t picked one up already. The device features 8GB of RAM, a first for the company, as well as some new software features.
The GPU Turbo feature claims a 60% increase in performance while reducing power draw by 30%. This is great for gaming, now that high profile games like PUBG Mobile have come to Android. It should be noted that this feature will roll out to older phones as well.
The device will also support tripod-free Super Night Scene via a beta version of the software, a feature that trickles down from the P20 series.
Otherwise, it’s the same as the standard Honor 10. It will feature a 5.84-inch 19:9 display with a notch, dual 24MP + 16MP cameras on the rear, a 24MP selfie camera, 128GB of storage, a 3,400 mAh battery, and those gorgeous rainbow colors. A price hasn’t been announced but it should cost a bit more than the standard model.
The device launches on July 24!