During unveiling, the company said the tech - which can be enabled on a device via a software update - will be made available to the company's other phones as well, from mid-range to flagship (even a schedule was shared).
And now, it's coming to light that Huawei has started testing the feature on Honor 10.
Those interested in being part of this beta test can head to the Chinese company's Huawei Pollen Club official forum to sign up for the program.
So they will no longer throttle their cpu speeds ?
I'd recommend watching a video on Andriod Authority about it. It was the best overall. He tested the Galaxy Note 5 against The Mate 9 and some other phones.