As you guys already know that it’s just a matter of days until HTC releases its all new flagship – the HTC 10. We have seen a long list of rumors and leaks of the handset, not to mention the official teasers by the Taiwanese company. However, maybe for the first time, we received leaks of the HTC Sense 8.0 interface. For those who don’t know, Sense 8.0 will be featured with the upcoming flagship smartphone.
These alleged screenshots were surfaced by a credible leakster known as LlabTooFeR. Apparently the Sense 8.0 will come with a “Free-style” layout which will provide you with the freedom to arrange your apps, widgets, and stickers without the standard grid pattern available in almost all OS’s home screens. In addition to that, leaks show a new feature called stickers. It seems as if these stickers are basically icons of your applications which go better with your background. Apparently these stickers can be optimized to open whichever you want, for example the screenshot shows a balloon being used to open Chrome while messages are being opened by a tree. Have at look at the leaked screen shots below.
Let’s have a look at the leaked/rumored specifications of the HTC 10 so far. Reportedly, the device 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, 3000 mAh 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.
The flagship’s unveiling is promised on April 12 at 8AM EST. We can all but hope to see HTC fulfilling the long list of claims made via teasers. Stay tuned for the latest news.
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