Wednesday, 12 April 2017
HTC One X10 surfaces once again
HTC's upcoming budget smartphone the One X10 has leaked again. Earlier the One X9 successor surfaced in live photos and press render.
Today, Evan Blass has shared a new official looking render of the One X10, that show the rear side of it. It also has a tag line that reads "HTC One x10. Big Style meets bigger battery" indicating that the One X10 will feature a beefy battery capacity.
As seen in the render the One X10 will have metal unibody design (maroon ?) with rounded edges, a single camera with dual led flash and the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Previous reports have suggested that One X10 will be a minor upgrade over its predecessor, the One X9. It will be powered by MediaTek Helio P10 instead of Helio X10. It will feature a fingerprint scanner, that was missing on the predecessor, and improvements to the camera 16.3MP/7.9MP cameras (instead of 13MP/5MP). Other specs include 5.5-inch Full HD display, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, 3000mAh battery and Android Nougat.
Currently, there is no word when the One X10 will be officially launches, but now that the official renders have started appearing the launch could happen very soon.