HTC One M10 Expected In March, Will Come In Two Variants Aimed Towards Different World Markets

HTC One M10 Expected In March, Will Come In Two Variants Aimed Towards Different World Markets
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Another addition to the One M flagships, the HTC One M10 is expected to release at a dedicated event during March with two different processors. Called the HTC Perfume, the upcoming device will have two processor variants for fans in the United States, Europe, Southeast Asia and China.


As confirmed by Llab TooFeR, the Twitter tipster, the HTC One M10 is expected to run on Qualcomm 820 for its EU and U.S. markets, while it will have MediaTek processor variant (MTK) for Southeast Asia and China fans.

In addition to the news, the famed tipster also hinted at the device’s software, which will be the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with in-house user interface Sense 8.0_GP. Fans awaiting the new HTC device should know that there is no official announcement from the Taiwanese company in this regard. However, going by the tipster’s earlier forecasts, you can be assured of the news on the M10’s latest update, reported Ecumenicalnews.

In the meantime, further details of the handset reveal a 3,000mAH battery and a 23MP rear camera. In the past, the New Taipei City-based company faced annoyance from fans regarding camera issues, but this time, the company is expected to bring viable solution with a new camera in the device. Speculations are rife that the device will come with a new water-resistant feature along with an IP68 rating, reported Techno Buffalo.

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While the HTC One M9 was released in the first quarter of last year, the M10 is expected to arrive in the market in the early part of 2016. Fans might be expecting the device to arrive during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event, but the device won’t be released before March. Selling of the phones will probably start on April. Those who want to buy should know that the M10 comes at a tentative price tag of $650, reported.