Honor releases GPU Turbo for older models, including Honor 6X from 2016

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Recently, Huawei launched its latest technology named GPU Turbo, which claims to drastically improve smartphone’s performance. Soon after that, the company started rolling out the update to various smartphones of Huawei as well as Honor.

Honor Play was launched with GPU Turbo technology pre-installed and then the company offered a beta update to Honor 10 with GPU Turbo. Now, the company has revealed that the list of devices that will get this new technology.

Honor GPU Turbo

The list includes newly launched smartphones as well as older devices. The Chinese brand has revealed that the GPU Turbo will be rolled out to recently launched Honor 9i, Honor 9 Youth Edition, Honor Play 7X, Honor 8 Youth Edition as well as Honor 6X which was launched in the year 2016.

While the update for the Honor 9i, Honor 7X, and 9 Youth Edition is expected to start rolling out from 31st July, the update for the remaining two devices — Honor 9 Youth and Honor 6X will be rolled out later, but the company has not announced a specific date.

The company had earlier announced that the Honor 9 Lite and Honor V10 will be receiving the update in September, along with the Honor 7X. Also, Honor 8 Pro and Honor 9 owners in all the regions will receive the update in November.

Huawei has already announced that the P20, P20 Pro, Mate 10, Mate Pro and Mate RS will be receiving the update by August. Owners of the aforementioned smartphones in regions like Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa will be provided with the update. The Huawei P20 Lite users in all the markets mentioned above excluding Russia will be receiving the GPU Turbo tech update in September.

The users of Mate 10 Lite, Nova 2i, P Smart and Y9 2018 will get the update in September. In November, the Mate 9, Mate 9 Pro, P10 and P10 Plus will be updated with this new technology.

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The GPU Turbo technology from Huawei relies on hardware and software optimization that can improve the graphics performance of a smartphone by 60 percent while cutting down on the power consumption by 30 percent. It allows heavy smartphone games to run at higher fps than competitors and brings HDR picture quality and special effects in gaming.