HTC One X10 has become a familiar topic since this January, after Evan Blass (well-known tech tipster) posted a tweet about it. He revealed a few characteristics of the device and even included a picture of it. Apart from this, he also specified that it would be a mid-range model and a sequel to HTC One X9. As per his proclamation, the handset would be unveiled officially, in the first quarter of 2017; and now we are already a half way through, as per time frame he pointed out.
However, we haven’t noticed the company to make any necessary preparation to launch the X10, until recently. The HTC’s U Ultra and U Play obtained a good response before its arrival and had a gripping reception among the Gadget-loving crowds. But the X10 wasn’t able to make it up to that extent, though it gained a fair popularity, among the chatters. That might be because of the fact it was formerly tagged ‘mid-ranger’, when there already exist two advanced flagships from the family of HTC.
After a break, a new image of ‘HTC One X10’ was leaked today. As an element of certainty, the picture that was tweeted by Blass in the very first month this year and the newly surfaced image today, are both similar to one another. The latest image of X10 is quite appealing, where it has appeared with an original screen protector/sticker on top of its display panel.
According to the rumors, it is expected to come with a 5.5 inches touch screen display, with a resolution of 1080X1920 pixels. Aside these tattles, it is expected to be wrapped-up with a MediaTek MT6755 chipset with an Octa-Core 1.9GHz CPU and Mali-T860 GPU (clocked at 700 MHz). On the camera portion: a 16 MP of rear camera and 8 MP of front shooter are included that has the capability to handle both selfies and video chats. The device will be out in the market with a rough estimation of $288 USD.
Without any delay the device will be unveiled officially in the event, ‘MWC 2017’ that will be conducted in Barcelona. It will be on the display starting from February 27th, which is much nearer.