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HTC 10 release date, news , Specification



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HTC 10


HTC 10 is the new name for the HTC One M10, according to the latest leaks, and it'll launch on Tuesday, April 12 with a 3000mAh battery and Super LCD 5 screen technology.

htc 10

Features :



  • 3000mAh battery

  • Super LCD 5 screen

  • 5.15-inch quad HD display

  • 23MP camera

  • Available in four colors


Here's everything we know about the HTC 10 so far.

HTC 10 release date


The official HTC 10 launch date is April 12, with the company holding a press conference in London and New York. It's "introducing the newest HTC smartphone" reads the invite we received.

HTC One M10

That's exactly one week sooner than we suspected after seeing an "April 19" date in leaked renders on the home screen. April 19 could very well still be the actual release date or pre-order date instead.

Getting the new phone to customers as soon as possible it in HTC's best interest. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 headlined MWC 2016 in Barcelona in February, and HTC needs to play catch up.

HTC M10

The latest rumors suggest that HTC is going to ditch "One" naming convention for its next smartphone, and simply dub it the "HTC 10."

HTC 10 design and specs


We are expecting the HTC 10 to be quite a different phone. HTC's CEO revealed that the company plans to make significant improvements to the innovation and design of its 2016 flagship.

HTC One M10

What we may get is a marriage of the company's HTC One M9 and iPhone-like HTC One A9 designs for the HTC 10. The first leaks of the new smartphone suggest just that.

It retains the metal body and slightly curved back of the M9 design, but adds the home button - likely with a fingerprint sensor - that mirrors the A9, according to both blurry photos and renders.

Rumors say HTC 10 will be slightly bigger and more pixel-dense than either of its predecessors. It's been tipped to use a 5.15-inch quad HD display, not the 5-inch 1080p screen we've seen from HTC before.

The latest leak suggests the screen will use Super LCD 5 display rather than AMOLED technology.

The fingerprint-enabled home button looks like it will take away the front-firing stereo speakers we loved about the HTC One M9, but this phone appears to be future-proofed in another way: a USB-C port.

A render leak from @evleaks shows a single rear camera sensor, and what appears to be a fingerprint scanner below the screen on the front. Plus, according to this particular leak the HTC 10 will also be available in four colors.

HTC 10 - LEAK

It's unclear what form its camera and other innovation will take, but we have heard that several prototypes have been rejected, forcing a delay in the launch, which could be a sign that HTC wants to get it perfect.

Inside, it's supposed to have latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor that's also in the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5. In fact, it's also likely to have 4GB of RAM and an identical Adreno 530 GPU.

The photo below of the HTC 10 has also appeared on Disqus showing off what the phone will look like from the front and the back. The screen bezels look slightly slimmer than on the HTC One M9 and it looks about the right size to be a 5.2-inch display.

HTC One M10

We've also heard that the HTC One M10 could be waterproof, while another rumor is that the handset will support wireless charging. That's not hugely surprising as wireless charging is growing in popularity, but it's a feature which the One M9 doesn't have.

It's also a feature which could prove a challenge to incorporate without a change to the design, as metal cases don't tend to work well for it.

Other spec rumors include a 3000mAh battery, up from 2840mAh and a fingerprint scanner built into the home button.

HTC 10 camera


One rumor at the start of the HTC 10 hype suggested it would include a 23MP camera, up from 20MP on the HTC One M9.

Since then a HTC executive has confirmed the One M10 will have a big focus on the camera.

Chief Financial Officer Chialin Chang said, "We can confidently say that HTC will have a very, very compelling camera experience. We're making this comment after we've seen what's going on in the market."

That's the kind of confident talk we expect from the company at its HTC 10 launch event on April 12. It's trailing the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5, and needs enough bold moves to make up for lost time.

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Hello there! Welcome to my blog this is Himesh Darji. A mechanical Engineering Student for India. I am a blogger as well and like to connected with innovative Technology and gadgets.

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