With smartphone manufacturers around the world getting ready to release their next generation of flagships, it was only a matter of time until we heard something from HTC, now whether you’re just checking out the market before making a big purchase or perhaps you’re just a fan of the brand, HTC has been known to make some of the most exquisite Android devices to date.
The HTC One M10 is bound to be just as good as their previous phones, with their twitter sneak peeks being more of a tease than some actual information about the phone, HTC is taking a rather unique route as far as telling us more about their phones is concerned.
HTC One M10
With their latest sneak peek tweet simply saying “World First, World Class, Front and Back. You’ll see. #powerof10“, everyone is more than interested in finding out what exactly HTC has planned for their devices, as for what we know so far, here’s a quick round-up of all the information.
Powered by Snapdragon 820, a Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & Dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo, and backed up by the Adreno 530 GPU, HTC One M10 is sure to be able to hold its own against other flagships.
As far as performance goes, most next generation flagships are going to be running on the same processor and similar graphic processing units, the only significant difference in performance that we can expect to notice is going to be in how HTC optimizes their device
The HTC One M10 is going to run on the latest version of Android, v6.0.1 (Marshmallow), it’ll have an internal storage capacity of up to 32 GB while also having an extendable storage capacity (via microSD) of up to 200 GB, with a screen of just over 5 inches, AMOLED screen and the capability to record HD video without effort, the HTC One M10 also has a USB 3.0 Type-C connector so it’s future proof along with high speed charging capabilities.
On the bad side of things, we have an irremovable battery which has been the common negative aspect of many of the latest flagships, even thought the external storage space is extendable up to 200 GB, the internal space is still only 32 GB, which can be filled up rather quickly with only a few videos.
The HTC One M10 is due to be announced in April, which is also when we can expect to hear more about the release date as well as further specifications and features, and just like the other HTC phones, we can expect HTC Dot View to be fully compatible with the One M10.
Until further announcements by HTC, all we can do is speculate about the various specifics, all we can know for sure is that HTC has promised us a couple of excellent cameras, both back and front ones, this, along with any upcoming sneak peeks that HTC throws our way is sure to make the next few weeks exciting for HTC fans.
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