Two days ago, the Taiwanese company officially unveiled its all new flagship – the HTC 10. As announced by the company, the smartphone would be offered in three different color variants – Carbon Grey, Glacier Silver or Topaz Gold. However, we just learned that customers residing in Japan will be provided with an exclusive Camellia Red version of the HTC 10.
Please note that the specifications, price, storage options and the launch date is yet to be confirmed by the company. However, we have seen two different variants (w.r.t specifications) of the HTC 10 so far.
The standard flagship features a 5.15 inch large display with 1440 X 2560 pixels QHD resolution. It proves to be a perfect smartphone for multitasking and gaming as it features 4GB RAM and powerful Snapdragon 820 Processor which is world’s fastest mobile processor yet. HTC 10 will come standard with all-metal unibody design along with always-on display introduced with Galaxy S7 series and LG G5. HTC 10 will be powered by HTC Sense 8 UI running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. As far as network and connectivity are concerned, it has Single SIM with 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE networks support. Moving on to the camera department, we have a 12MP sensor with large pixels (1.55µm), a bright f/1.8 aperture and OIS. The camera can shoot 12-bit RAW, 4K 2160p videos and Hi-Res audio. Moving on to the selfie shooter, HTC 10 comes with a 5MP sensor (1.34µm pixels) and f/1.8 aperture with Optical Images Stabilization which gives best selfie capturing experience ever with sharp and bright images. In addition to that, a 3000 mAh in-built battery acts as a power source.
Alternatively, the HTC 10 Lifestyle will be unveiled in some specific regions around the globe. This smartphone will be featured with Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC instead of the SD820 chipset residing in the standard version of the flagship. In addition to that, the Lifestyle variant will host 3GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage capacity (expandable upto 2TB via microSD slot) and Cat.6 LTE speed (300Mbps down, 50 Mbps up) instead of the Cat.9 LTE speed (450 Mbps down, 50 Mbps up) featured in the standard version. Note that the HTC 10 comes with a larger, 4 GB of RAM and offers a 64 GB ROM option alongside the 32 GB.
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