Huawei plans to release a gaming smartphone with a homemade processor

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Mobile games proved encouraging bold smartphone vendors create products gaming, for example, Xiaomi with Black Shark and the ASUS ROG via Phone. Even gaming vendors join the foray into the smartphone business as Razer Razer via Phone.

Now heard the news that Huawei's plans come into making the smartphone gaming. Huawei has released software GPU Turbo to be implemented into their artificial smartphone that Huawei-made Kirin processors adopt, quoted from Digital Trends.

This software will improve the performance of graphics processing capabilities of the processor Kirin of 60 percent while cutting the consumption of batteries being more frugal.

The result is certainly very fitting with the needs of smartphone gaming a very graphics processing performance as well as spur makes the battery hold down all day to play games.

While the specs are indeed there has been no news of the draft specification that will be presented by Huawei for its first gaming smartphone.

ASUS ROG Phone comes with 8 GB RAM capacity, Huawei also recently released Honor 10 GT as their first smartphone with 8 GB of RAM, so maybe it will also be present at the gaming smartphone Huawei.

See the consistency of Huawei rely on processors Kirin for smartphone flagship, circulating information that Kirin 970 will still be relied upon by Huawei. This processor some time ago proved that they've managed to overtake the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.

In an interview with the President of the Consumer Business Huawei Jim Xu, given the little information that Huawei was planning on releasing the gaming smartphone at the end of this year.


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