As a highlight, GPU Turbo Technology is now used in Honor 10 that can reduce the power consumption by 30% and increase the performance of the smartphone by enhancing graphics process. Unlike the Honor 10, which only had 6 GB RAM, the GT now comes with 8 Gigs of RAM, while still keeping the same 128 Gigs of storage from the Honor 10.
Both these devices come with 8GB RAM.
Updated to correct mention of the Honor 10 GT being the first commercial smartphone with 8GB of RAM. Aside from the RAM count, though, everything else is identical. This is paired with a dual camera setup on the rear with 16MP and 24MP lenses present.
Those looking for other enhancements will be disappointed, as the Honor 10 GT doesn't really have a lot of changes when compared with its predecessor.
The device will go on sale July 24 at Honor's online store and JD.com, but pricing remains to be determined. In terms of an global release, though, the Huawei-owned brand is yet to announce any details.
Huawei is set to roll out an update for Honor and Huawei smartphones which will increase GPU efficiency by 60%, Digital Trends reported. The front hosts a 24-megapixel selfie camera with 1.8-micron pixels. George Zhao, the Huawei Honor President, also said that the AIS technology will also be introduced to the other variants of Honor 10 on July 15. The dual-SIM phone sports a a 5.84-inch fullHD+ FullView display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and 1080×2160 pixel resolution. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out of the box with EMUI 8.1 on top and is backed by a 3,400mAh battery. The new smartphone is the next in the probable series of the Honor 10 smartphone that was launched in April 2018. There's a new Super Night Scene mode which lets users capture low-light or night-light shots with the help of a tripod and Huawei's own AI SmartAnti-Shake technology that will prevent photos from being washed out due to natural vibrations.
A fingerprint sensor is available on the home button in the front.