HTC have finally taken the covers off their latest flagship device. This time around HTC have dropped the M from their yearly devices and now we simply have the HTC 10.
Design starts with the 5.2-inch Quad HD Super LCD 5 Display and continues with the similar HTC look we have seen before. This time HTC have included larger Chamfered edge around the entire back of the device.
The new smartphone will come with the now Seminole popular Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4GB of RAM. We get 32/64GB storage options, with both offering MicroSD expansion. Inside we have a non removable 3,000mAh battery with rapid charging supported.
HTC are also brining back the UltraPixel sensor with an included 12MP shooter and f/1.8. The sensor sports 1.55um pixel size; so we should be seeing some great low light shots.
Lastly, the HTC 10 will use USB Type-C connection for charging and the smartphone is now available for pre-order and should be shipping soon.