Taiwanese manufacturer HTC is expected to introduce a new smartphone by the end of the month, according to infamous Twitter-based tipster Evan Blass (known as @evleaks), proven to be one of the most reliable sources ever. It seems that the handset will go by the name of HTC One X10 and will be the successor of last year’s One X9.
Apparently, it already got certified in Russia, so we do know a couple of things about what we should expect from it!
Thus, the HTC One X10 is said to come with a 5.5″ display, rocking a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and a MediaTek-made MT6755 Helio P10 chip at the core. As for the camera department, it should be represented by a 16.3 MP camera, a pretty weird value, compared to other smartphones, but definitely an upgrade from the 13 MP snapper on the One X9. As for the selfie unit, it will rely on a 7.9 MP sensor. Again, unusual amount of pixels.
Besides the camera updates, there doesn’t seem to be any significant different. On the contrary, last year’s One X9 had a more powerful chipset, Helio X10, so we have our doubts regarding the accuracy of these rumors. After all, the HTC One X10 doesn’t seem to be such an improved version of its predecessor…
Besides the One X10, HTC will introduce two new smartphones in the near future, one being their flagship for 2017, while the other is currently known as HTC Ocean Note (U Ultra) and it’s expected to be a high-end phablet, with a curved display and top notch camera.