Honor Play set to get a massive new update with CPU Turbo technology, Sale on Aug 17 at 12 PM
Huawei sub brand Honor had unveiled the Honor Play last week in India. Honor Play is likely to get a major update. The information comes from a Weibo post by the company which shows the two Honor Play devices, one red and one black, with a motherboard-like design on it. Now it isn’t clear on what exactly will the update be, but it can be assumed that it will be performance related.
If it happens to be a software update, then it is believed that Honor could be bringing in the CPU Turbo technology that it introduced with the Honor Note 10. This CPU Turbo is not to be confused with GPU Turbo technology which is already present in the Honor Play.
Together with CPU and GPU Turbo, the Honor Play could quite likely become a powerful gaming house of a device.
The Honor Play is powered by the Kirin 970 chipset and has a new technology called as GPU Turbo, which the company claims gives better performance while reducing battery consumption. There are two variants of the device which is 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, expandable via a micro-SD card. The Honor Play is going on sale on Amazon at 12 PM on August 17. Click here to see details.
Stay tuned for more updates!
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