It is known that the new smartphone will be enabled an optimized version of the GPU Turbo, which allegedly improves performance up to 60% while reducing energy consumption by 30%. In the same time, the Mali-G72 MP12 finally will be able to create those stunning night pictures in order to reach the level of the P20 and P20 Pro. Huawei is in the process of making it available to several Huawei and Honor phones through a software update.
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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. This new variant will come with new AIS, AI intelligent stabilization AI-powered low-light image capture technology. At the front, it boasts a 24-megapixel camera.
What we're more interested in is the company's flagship offerings, which often look like and are specced similarly to Huawei's latest smartphones, but often cost less.
If Huawei is to be believed, the Chinese smartphone giant is about to seriously buck this trend with something it's calling GPU Turbo. While the camera configuration seems to be the same as the Honor 10, Huawei is enabling the Honor 10 GT with an AI-based Super Night scene mode, which is also available on the Huawei P20 and the P20 Pro.
In the Philippines, the regular Honor 10 with 4GB RAM and 128GB memory is priced at P23,990 or roughly $450. There is a dual-lens camera setup on the back, with one lens having a resolution of 24 MP while the other has a resolution of 16 MP. On the rear panel, the smartphone also comes with a Fingerprint sensor. It is to be noted that Honor will likely push the update for all Honor 10 handsets. Underneath the hood, the phone will be running a 3,400 mAH battery alongside Android 8.1 Oreo OS.