CES Asia kicked off today and the big names in the Chinese mobile industry are in attendance. Huawei had a conference today and it announced some new features coming to its devices including the newly announced GPU Turbo.
The Huawei Mate 10 series will be the first to receive the GPU Turbo update. Huawei’s GPU Turbo increases the processing power of the GPU by up to 60% while reducing power consumption by 30%. The new feature was announced last week and comes with the Honor Play smartphone.
Since most of Huawei’s devices use in-house chipsets, they have found a way to push the feature to its other phones via a software update. The update will arrive on the Mate 10 by the end of this month.
Huawei also announced other devices getting the feature and the time frame. Below are the supported devices and when they will get the update:
- June – Mate 10, Honor V10
- July – P20 Series, Mate RS Porsche Design, Nova 2s, Honor 10, MediaPad M5
- August – Nova 3e, Enjoy 8 Plus, Enjoy 7S, Maimang 6, Honor 9 Lite, Honor Play 7X
- September – Mate 9 Series
- October – P10 Series, Honor 9, Honor V9
- November – Other Huawei devices not mentioned above
Huawei also announced some new features coming to the Mate 10. First, the Mate 10 series will support cloud computing starting June 26. It will then receive the EMUI 8.1 update in mid-July which will bring 960fps slow-motion recording.
If you picked up the Mate 10 Pro when it was on sale a few days ago, you should be excited seeing as there are a bunch of exciting new features coming to the device.