HTC 10 Promises to Be One of the Best Androids Ever?

HTC 10 Promises to Be One of the Best Androids Ever?
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HTC is not keeping mum about their latest handset, the HTC 10, as it has been releasing a number of teasers. Apart from the tweets, HTC is also claiming that the HTC 10 will provide the fastest and smoothest experience on top of offering “world class” performance. Can HTC deliver a killer?


The HTC 10 device is expected to be released on April 12 and HTC is promising quite the experience. According to Android Headlines, HTC claimed that the front and back cameras of the said device will be the first in the world and offer world class experience. While there weren’t further details about the matter, HTC said that the company is quite confident about how the device turned out especially with the kind of camera experience it can offer.

However, it is important to remember that the actual result of that experience will be up to the user. HTC also reportedly teased about the HTC 10 featuring a booming audio. According to the company a new “boom” will be coming and customers will definitely “hear it.”

Previously, HTC Canada posted a teaser on its Twitter page saying that not all phones are created equal. According to Mobile Syrup, HTC wants people to that the upcoming device will be the ‘the fastest and smoothest Android’ device available. Previous teasers of the device claim that HTC has changed the design of the new flagship especially with the chamfered edge. People should also expect the device to come with 12 megapixel primary shooter, 1440 x 2560 pixel display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, USB type-C, and a 3,000mAh battery. People can watch the official announcement of the device through the company’s official website. However, as with some other releases, some of the reported features should still be taken with a grain of salt until the final announcement.

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