Honor, a division of the Huawei brand, presented Honor Play during this year’s IFA, which takes place this week in Berlin, Germany. As much as it sounds like news, the gadget has been on the Chinese market since the beginning of June, but what draws attention is that it is done with PUBG in mind.
Smartphone gamer, no signature
Inside there is a Kirin 970 working as CPU and the graphics are on account of a Mali-G72 MP12, with options between 4 and 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal space – specifications that put this model with almost identical numbers to the powerful P20 and P20 Pro). Instead of a top of the line design focus, China’s company has put the device into a roll of devices that are geared towards the gamer audience.
To make the phone more power for games, Honor guarantees that there is a kind of turbo for the GPU, which increases the performance of the entire operating system and eliminates any problem with the title that is run. Technology is a mystery, but the manufacturer says it can be 60% more powerful in graphics compared to its competitors and, in the process, it spends 30% less energy.
In addition, the smartphone has a more precise vibration engine called the 4D Smart Shock and that is able to offer feedback similar to what console controls do. The only thing though is that for now only PUBG Mobile has support for the feature – which closes the optimization package for this game.
The set of features for the public is more interesting than third-party gamers solutions, which focus on the screen with a higher refresh rate or more aggressive visual of the device.
Passing the gaming part, the device comes with two rear camera with sensors of 16 and 2 megapixels, AMOLED screen with notch in 19.5: 9 format and with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels and a battery of 3.750 mAh. Already launched in China and now arriving in Europe, the phone will cost 329 euros in the old continent, which gives approximately R $ 1,600 in direct conversion and without taking into account taxes and charges.
Huawei and Brazil
There is no forecast for the launch of Honor Play in Brazil, but Huawei is returning to the country by Positivo and even the P20 Pro has already been approved by Anatel . It costs nothing to dream.