Leaked Photo Reveals HTC 10 In Black; Releases On April 12
In one of our reports, we had given hints that the HTC 10 will be released on April 12. Now that a day is left for its release, a new leaked image has surfaced on the web, showing the handset in black. In addition, we can see a few design exceptions incorporated since the making of the HTC M7.Advertisement
In earlier reports, there were a number of leaked images revealing the rear of the device along with a round camera lens positioned beside the laser focus and the LED flash. Encased in a lozenge shaped housing, the flash and the laser focus looks endearing.
You can spot the antenna lines on the rear side with a home button and a fingerprint scanner installed inside. The HTC logo won’t be showing in the front of the phone, which fans might find disappointing. The HTC 10 is not the only surprise coming tomorrow. The popular leakster, Llab TooFeR, has already revealed that there will be a “mystery” handset of the Desire line.
Phone Arena reports the specifications and features of the HTC 10. It has a 5.1-inch Super LCD screen sporting 1440×2560 QHD resolutions. Inside the handset, you will find a Snapdragon 820 chipset with a quad-core CPU clubbed with Adreno 530 GPU. The phone boasts 4GB of RAM and a 12MP UltraPixel rear camera with laser auto focus, OIS and 4K video recording.
As for the front camera, HTC has big plans to launch the world’s first OIS selfie camera. This will feature a camera sensor as found on the Nexus 6P. As for the other features, the device will come with a 3000 mAH battery and it will run on Android 6.0.1 software pre-installed in the device.
Indeed, the major attraction lies with the selfie snapper that claims to be the best ever for shooting photos and videos. While the countdown has already begun, we have a few more hours left before the unveiling.
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