Chinese brand Huawei on Monday announced the launch of Honor 10 GT. The only difference introduced in Honor 10 GT from the previous smartphone in the presumable Honor 10 series, is an upgrade of 8 GB RAM.
The Honor 10 GT arrives with a GPU Turbo technology which is expected to enhance performance by 60 percent and reduce power usage by 30%. It will restrict power consumption during 8 hours of standby to only 2% to 3%. As announced by the company, the GPU Turbo will arrive on regular Honor 10 on July 15 in China and will be made publicly available in Asia, Europe, India and the Middle East starting from August.
The company introduced Super Night Scene Mode, also referred to as AIS, on the Mate 10 which will be available to former models on July 12 through a beta update.
Apart from the upgrade in RAM capacity and the introduction of Super Night Scene Mode, the Honor 10 GT features identical specifications of a regular variant of the Honor 10. The dual-SIM smartphone uses EMUI 8.1 flavored Android 8.1 Oreo and is run by HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC. It comes with a notched 5.84 inch IPS LCD, 2280 x 1080 pixels Full HD+ Resolution that supports a 19:9 aspect ratio. Paired with 8GB of RAM, it is rumored to come with 128GB of internal storage with a 3400mAh battery.
The Honor 10 GT features a set-up of 24-megapixel primary sensor and 16-megapixel sensor with AI Photograph mode. For selfie lovers and video calling, it bears a 24-megapixel sensor with 1.8-micron pixels front camera.
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.