In its press release, HTC mentioned that its latest flagship — the HTC 10 — will be available on major carriers in the United States soon. This includes Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, but surprisingly, the Taiwanese smartphone maker had omitted AT&T from its list. As it turns out, that was not a mistake.
Impressed by the HTC 10 and plan on buying it when it launches in your country? You might want to double check the specs of the handset before doing so. In India, China and likely some other Asian markets, HTC will be launching a toned down version of the 10, dubbed the HTC 10 Lifestyle.
HTC 10 Unveiled with 5.2-Inch Quad HD Screen, OIS-Powered Front and Rear Cameras, and Snapdragon 820 Chipset
After months of leaks and rumors, HTC today unveiled its latest flagship: the HTC 10. Like the rumors had indicated, the HTC 10 features the same design language that the Taiwanese first debuted with the One M7 back in 2013. The design obviously has been tweaked and refined to make the phone more premium and ergonomic friendly.
In just a couple of hours from now, HTC will be unveiling its flagship handset for 2016: the HTC 10. While the Taiwanese smartphone maker has not really launched any impressive handset over the last year or so, leaks and teasers do point to the 10 turning out to be an impressive piece of technology.
With just over 24 hours left for HTC to unveil the HTC 10, a promotional video of the handset has leaked to ruin the company’s surprise tomorrow. The video confirms that all the press renders we have seen so far of the handset are legit, and also confirms that it will come with a USB Type-C port.
Recently, the full specifications list for HTC’s next flagship, the HTC 10, found their way online. And now a look at the company’s proprietary software is in order.