According to a report coming from China, HTC is planning to replace this year’s One X9 with a totally new handset, going by the name of – you’ll never guess it – HTC One X10.
The smartphone is expected to make its debut somewhere in January, featuring a 5.5″ display and carrying a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It should be powered by MediaTek’s Helio P10 system on chip, with an eight Cortex-A53 cores, running at 2 GHz, alongside a Mali-T860 GPU and 3 GB of RAM.
The camera should be relying on a 13 MP sensor, with optical image stabilization, while the operating system will definitely be Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat, customized with the manufacturer’s Sense user interface.
Otherwise, this is pretty much everything we know about this presumed HTC One X10, but this doesn’t mean that we can’t speculate a bit!
In terms of internal storage capacity, it should be available with at least 32 gigs of space, while the presence of a microSD card slot seems less likely. Also, we’re very curious if this phone will have a 3.5mm audio jock, considering that the Taiwanese manufacturer’s latest model, the 10 evo, followed Apple’s example and ditched the jack.
There’s nothing about the price either, but the rumours are pointing to something around $290, which is a decent amount, considering HTC One X10’s specs.
The phone could make its debut during one of the first two important tech shows of 2017, the Mobile World Congress or the Consumer Electronics Show.