Honor 10 GT with 8GB RAM launched in China

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor had launched the Honor 10 a while ago and now they have come up with Honor 10 GT w/ 8GB RAM.

Huawei‘s sub-brand Honor had launched their latest flagship, Honor 10 in May. And later the phone was made available globally. The phone is powered by the Kirini 970 processor, developed by Huawei itself, coupled with 6GB of RAM. But now, Honor has provided an upgrade to the Honor 10 and introduced it as Honor 10 GT.


The Honor 10 GT now comes with 8GB of RAM and brings features like GPU Turbo and tripod-free Night Mode update, which are features we have seen on the Huawei P20 Pro. Huawei claimed that the new GPU Turbo update can increase the performance by 60%, but at the same time, it can lower the power usage by 30%.

However, apart from these few things, there are no changes in terms of hardware. The phone packs the same 5.84-inch Full HD+ display with 19:9 aspect ratio, it is powered by the same Kirin 970 chipset with AI features. And even after the RAM upgrade the storage remains the same at 128GB.

Honor 10 GT

So, this is a refreshed Honor 10 with extra RAM and a few additional features, though the GPU Turbo is something that users will look for the most as it drastically improves the performance of the device. The Honor 10 GT will go on sale on July 24 via flash sale on Honor Online Store and JD.com. But no details regarding the pricing is known yet.

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Honor 10 GT with 8GB RAM launched in China

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