Smartphones are continually becoming more powerful, as technology continues to improve and more power is stuffed into smaller packages. As this technology is becoming available OEM’s are keen on incorporating it into their devices. For example, ASUS released the ROG Phone and Razer released the Razer Phone. Both with strong specifications intended for a gaming experience. Now, Huawei is jumping into the game with the Honor Note 10.
The Honor Note 10 will come with a “GPU Turbo” which is a software-based optimization that is able to accelerate performance through system utilization and optimizing hardware resources. This gives a graphics gain of 60% while throttling down power consumption on the SoC. The Honor Note 10 will also feature a “CPU Turbo”, also software optimization, combined Honor calls the system “Double Turbo Mode.” This mode will not be on all of the time and Honor but will be togglable with a hardware button.
The Honor Note 10 will also feature a liquid cooling solution which is added to the chip. It consists of eight layers of dissipation and a ninth layer which is a “PC-Grade” liquid cooling pipe. These features are promising 41% better heat management on the chip.
As for the other basic specs of the Honor Note 10. It will house a 5.96-inch Full HD+ (1080 x 2220 pixels) AMOLED display, supporting HDR10 with an NTSC color gamut coverage. The Kirin 970 is the SoC of choice with either 6/8GB RAM. The 6GB RAM option will come with 64GB of internal storage or 128GB for the 8GB RAM variant. Both models can be expanded with a microSD card. The rear camera will be a dual lens with 24MP as the main and 16MP for the secondary lens. The front-facing cam will have a 13MP lens. Also, the phone will come with a hefty 5000mAh battery and on the software side, EMUI 8.2 skin on top of Android 8.0 Oreo. The phone already comes in two different colors, either Phantom Blue or Midnight Black. The Honor Note 10 will come with a price tag of CNY 2,799 (about $409USD) for the 6GB/64GB model and CNY 3,599 (around $527USD). Pre-orders start today, August 1st in China.
It’s hard to say if the Honor Note 10 is going to beat Razer or ASUS but it should certainly give them some competition. What do you think of Honor’s new powerhouse phone? Let us know in the comments below or on GooglePlus, Twitter, or Facebook.Source: GSMArena