In early 2016, HTC has officially launched its One X9 – a mid-range phablet. But the users forgot the device shortly after its launch as it didn’t offer compelling features. However, HTC has no intention to back down and are showing their determination as per the new leaks. New images of the upcoming One X10 smartphone are revealed by renowned tipster Evan Blass aka @evleaks.
HTC OneX10 at a Glance:
In design, although it is difficult to distinguish through photos, but the machine seems to be made of metal with two plastic strips at the back panel. There is also a dedicated fingerprint sensor on the rear panel which was not available in the One X9. The three navigation keys are on the front which also given out HTC screen. The power button and volume up are placed on the right side.
The specification of HTC One X10 is not much different from its predecessors. The HTC One X10 features a 1.9GHz MediaTek MT6755 octa-core processor; whereas the last year’s One X9 came with a 2.2GHz MediaTek MT6795 octa-core processor. That means the One X9 is slightly powerful than the upcoming mobile. The other specifications of the One X10 are similar as the One X9, including 3GB of RAM, 32GB ROM, 5.5-inch Full HD screen. Therefore, the performance of One X10 will not be a significant factor to the user would expect. The handset has pretty much improvement on camera capabilities. The worthy upgrades include a 16.3MP primary rear camera alongside a 7.9MP camera at the front. It will be interesting to see how the company market the smartphone at a highly competitive point.
According to several reports, HTC is expected to launch three new devices in the first quarter of 2017, and One X10 could be the opening for its new year. Then, the company will continue to launch large-screen models in its upcoming Ocean or ‘U’ series and the main flagship ‘HTC 11’. The company is expected to release new smartphones under its U series at the ongoing CES 2017.
The HTC One U Ultra is one of the smartphone lined up to launch at CES. It will feature a huge 6-inch display and might ditch the 3.5mm audio port. The HTC 10 Evo aka HTC Bolt was the first HTC mobile to ditch the 3.5mm audio port.