Earlier this month, Huawei unveiled GPU Turbo technology, which it claimed increases device performance by 60% while reducing power use by 30%.
The tech can enabled on a device via a software update, with Huawei promising it will be rolled out to several of their smartphones (from mid-range to flagships). Even a brief roll out schedule was shared.
Now, the company has revealed a detailed schedule for the roll out, sharing which devices as well as regions will get the update and when.
Here’s the plan for Huawei phones:
|Huawei P20 and P20 Pro||Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa||August 2018|
|Huawei Mate 10, Mate Pro, Mate RS||Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa||August 2018|
|Huawei P20 Lite||Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa||September 2018|
|Huawei P Smart||All Markets||September 2018|
|Huawei Nova 2i, Mate 10 Lite||All Markets||September 2018|
|Huawei Y9 2018||All Markets||September 2018|
|Huawei Mate 9||All Markets||November 2018|
|Huawei Mate 9 Pro||All Markets||November 2018|
|Huawei P10 Plus||All Markets||November 2018|
|Huawei P10||All Markets||November 2018|
And here’s the schedule for Honor phones:
|Honor 10||Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East||August 2018|
|Honor 9 Lite||Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East||September 2018|
|Honor V10||Europe, Russia, Asia Pacific, India, Middle East||September 2018|
|Honor 7X||All Markets||September 2018|
|Honor 8 Pro||All Markets||November 2018|
|Honor 9||All Markets||November 2018|
The technology is already present on the Honor 9i, and a beta test for the Huawei Mate 10 series and Honor 10 is underway. The company is even looking for Huawei P20 and P20 Pro users to start beta testing the tech on these devices.
News credit : Gsmarena