HTC One X10
HTC One X10

HTC has not had the best of starts when it comes to phones launched this year by the comapny. HTC started this early by launching the HTC U Ultra before all its competitors hoping for a good headstart against its competitors in the smartphone industry. This also meant that HTC has to go with 2016’s hardware for a phone launched in 2017 and this didn’t go down well with its customers and HTC was questioned for going on with this decision. HTC has been trying to shift everyone’s attention from this disappointment and is planning to launch its flagship for 2017, HTC U. We have also known that HTC is also planning to launch its mid-range smartphone of 2017, the HTC One X10.

We have seen several leaks of the phone earlier this year but then the phone leaks have died down quite a bit. Now we have an official looking poster of the HTC One X10 which seems to be the poster from the launch. This has been leaked by none other than Evan Blass @evleaks who has released this leak on his twitter handle. The leak shows that the HTC One X10 will be carrying a bigger battery and this could be the biggest feature on this phone. Also seen is that the phone will house the fingerprint scanner on the back which is somewhat new for the company.

Previous leaks have already revealed that the HTC One X10 will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, and will be powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 chipset. It is tipped to pack 3GB of RAM combined with 32GB of onboard storage space. As for the imaging, there will be a 16MP camera on the back and an 8MP shooter at the front for selfie enthusiasts. The phone will supposedly run Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and is expected to ship at around $300.

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