Honor has denounced a Honor Play, a phone that uses a company’s new “GPU Turbo” tech to offer extended mobile gaming performance.
The GPU Turbo record is built on hardware-software integrated GPU acceleration, that changes how a GPU handles graphics processing. This means softened multi-thread opening and, as a consequence, faster gaming and softened appetite efficiency.
According to Honor, a GPU Turbo graphics estimate means that potency is softened by 60 per cent, and appetite expenditure by 30 per cent.
And, in news that will no doubt greatfully existent Honor phone users, Honor has also reliable that GPU Turbo is set to come to a Honor 10, Honor View 10, Honor 9 Lite, and even a Honor 7X in destiny updates.
Indeed, according to Honor, a initial tests have shown that even a mid-range inclination have seen their gaming opening softened dramatically by GPU Turbo, so it would seem that it’s not usually a Honor Play that will advantage from a technology.
The Honor Play itself looks like a able square of hardware. A 6.3-inch 1,080 x 2,340 LCD shade is partnered with a Hisilicon Kirin 970 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage space and a 3,750mAh battery points to a device that, generally with GPU Turbo, should broach smoking prohibited mobile gaming practice and all-round opening benchmarks in general.
The Honor Play during tip spec is accessible to pre-order now in China for $375, with models shipping from 11 June. There’s no central news nonetheless as to when a Honor Play is to launch in a UK, or during what price, though we’re guessing a Q3 recover date sounds reasonable.