The HTC 10 has been in the headlines for quite some time, and fans are waiting for its release. According to latest reports, people can now expect the handset to be announced on April 12 with promises of several interesting features.
Details are in for the HTC 10 release. According to reports, the device will be launched on April 12 with an interesting twist: HTC is dropping the “M” branding.
According to Gizbot, HTC dropped the M so it could refer to its range of products. Furthermore, consumers across the globe will be pleased to know that the launch will be held simultaneously across London, New York and Taipei. For those who want to watch the launch, they can do so via HTC.com.
HTC also confirmed the launch by posting on Twitter:
The teaser does not reveal details, but it offers a glimpse of the device’s hardware with some parts similar to the One A9. Likewise, a GFXBench database sighting reveals several details about the upcoming device.
Expected features include a 5.1-inch QHD AMOLED touchscreen and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820. Furthermore, the device is expected to come with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 12MP rear camera, and a 5MP front shooter.
There are also reports that HTC will include USB Type-C port on the device to catch up to consumer demands of data syncing and charging more seamlessly. HTC is expected to include a a reversible connector and fast-charging support. The port is expected to bring in improved battery performance against regular daily usage.
As for the availability and pricing of the device, people will need to tune in to HTC’s official announcement. Schedule of releases may vary per region.