HTC 10 leaked images hinting about latest flagship
HTC is planning to launch its latest flagship smartphone named as HTC 10. HTC released a very vague teaser showing the outline of a new phone. The company told about it on the last day of Mobile World Congress. The famous leaker Evan Blass has posted some HTC 10 leaked images. These images show a white version of the device from every angle, though note that these are merely computer renders and don’t show the actual handset. The HTC 10 leaked images suggests that the device will have 5.5 inch display. The name of device is the same naming scheme in the past few years by company.
Along with these HTC 10 leaked images @onleaks has also revealed prototype specs for the HTC 10. It’s supposedly coming with a 5.15-inch QHD display. The device will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset on board. In these days every flagship is coming with Snapdragon 820 like Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G5, Xiaomi Mi 5 etc. The HTC 10 likely to have 4GB of RAM with 32/64 GB storage options. It may have 12 MP main camera and at the front it may have a 5 MP selfie camera. The device may have a USB Type-C port.
None of these specifications are surprising as every flagship smartphone have the same. The 12 MP main camera on the back should be of the UltraPixel variety. That means it will be incredibly similar to the solution Samsung’s chosen for its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Camera comparisons between the HTC 10 and the S7 will thus be very interesting indeed, especially as HTC itself has already claimed that its phone’s camera will be “very compelling“. One of the HTC 10 leaked images from the official twitter handle of famous leaker Evan Blass:
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 4, 2016
HTC has already started teasing the handset, with an image and a video so far, but the company should probably just set an announcement date already, now that these leaked renders and pictures are out. At this rate, we assume a full spec list will be revealed pretty soon, so HTC might not want to drag things along any further. The HTC 10 will be launched in mid-April, he added, and could be available for purchase as soon as early to mid-May.