Honor Play: the phone that kills the high pricetag without killing performance



 Why spend a fortune on an expensive flagship, when the Honor Play can offer just as much for a fraction of the cost?

 In recent years the smartphone industry has been increasing the price of their handsets,to the point where a flagship device can cost over £1,000. You could buy a small used car for that amount – even though it’s almost guaranteed to be terrible. The question you have to ask yourself is, are you really paying all that money for the best-possible device? 

You don’t need to small fortune on the latest big-name smartphone to make sure you get great performance – especially if you’re getting involved in the latest mobile gaming trends. The Honor Play offers a tremendous amount of power, regardless of what you might want to use it for, and with a £299 price tag that’s more than competitive. 

Incredible power for the money

 It’s the best performance you can hope to get at this price point, and it’s more than capable of out-performing some of the more expensive phones that supposedly come with better hardware.

You see the Honor Play comes with a key performance enhancing feature called GPU Turbo, which pushes the hardware beyond what you’d normally be able to get out of it. It’s revolutionary graphics processing acceleration technology from Huawei, and that means you can enjoy a 60 per cent increase in graphical performance, a more consistent framerate, and 30 per cent reduction in battery consumption. 

That means when playing various mobile legends the Honor Play’s performance is close to that of other far more expensive flagships. Considering these brands often claim to offer the most powerful smartphone out there, it’s quite the achievement – and for far, far less to pay. GPU Turbo also means the Honor Play can easily outperform phones of a similar price point or even slightly more expensive, meaning you’re getting ultimate bang for your buck.

One of the key benefits of the GPU Turbo is its ability to smooth out the frame rate of your gaming, meaning a smoother and more premium gaming experience from your smartphone. You can find out more about that in our helpful video: