Transformers: Fight with Honor 9

Transformers: Fight with Honor 9

Packing an award-winning glass back design and state-of-the-art features, Honor 9 is yet another innovation from Honor, combining delicate craftsmanship and innovative technology. Powered by the Kirin 960 chipset, a 180% speedier GPU than its predecessor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and EMUI 5.1, Honor 9 reduces disruptions in gaming that can come from rendering and lagging. Coupled with the 5.15-inch FHD display and a 3,200mAh battery, the Honor 9 allows users to game continuously for hours without having to charge their phone.

The Kirin 960 paired with 6GB of RAM makes the Honor 9 one of the best gaming phones in the world.

The powerful Kirin 960 chipset is pushing mobile graphics processing to the next level.

“Honor 9 is built on an intimate understanding of what young people value, and gaming is obviously key for them. We are thrilled to have partnered with Google Play to bring our users an unrivaled mobile gaming experience.”

George Zhao, President of Honor

Transformers: Fight with Honor 9

Honor worked hand in hand with the developers of “Transformers: Forged to Fight” to optimize the mobile gaming experience of Honor 9 users. A custom game profile was specifically designed for Honor 9, delivering more vivid details while pumping out high FPS, making deferred rendering, real-time reflections, particle effects and dynamic lighting possible.

Honor 9 owners can grab the Transformers: “Forged to Fight” gaming package for Google Play.

Experience “Transformers: Forged to Fight” with graphics enhancements that only the Honor 9 can deliver.

From now through to July 1, 2018, Honor 9 users can redeem a Google Play prize package of up to $18 worth of game content. Enter your phone’s IMEI to redeem your “Transformers: Forged to Fight” gaming package.

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