HTC has officially announced that it will be unveiling its upcoming flagship, the HTC 10, on April 12. However rumors suggest that the smartphone wont be reaching stores before April 15. Recently, numerous pictures of the flagship leaked which leave almost nothing to the imagination.
Today we received detailed images of what seems to be a replacement casing of the upcoming HTC 10. The casing features a metal chassis and hosts the same expected design as of the still unannounced smartphone. Moreover, this replacement shell will just cost you around $30 and will be offered in two different color variants – gray and black. You can have a look at the images in the slideshow below.
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The images above all but confirm the previous alleged renders of the HTC 10. However, the up-close view provided by the leaked images do reveal some interesting details. We can easily observe the chamfered edges with horizontal antenna strips on the rear side. The smartphone also features 3.5mm jack which is surrounded by a plastic segment. At the bottom, the casing reveals a single speaker accompanied by a USB type-C port. Unfortunately, these images show no details of the front side.
Reportedly, the HTC 10 will be featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset which will definitely make it a worthy competitor of the other major flagships by tech giants like Samsung and LG. HTC 10 will be unveiled with a 5.2-Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) Super LCD 5 display, fingerprint scanner embedded inside a home button, a 12 MP UltraPixel rear camera combined with dual-tone LED flash, wireless charging, 3000mAh battery, 4 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of expandable memory. Needless to say the smartphone will be running the latest Android Marshmallow v6.0.1 which comes with new features like Google Now on Tap, Doze and a completely redesigned app icons.
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