The previous HTC One M9 failed to meet the expectation of the phone users around the world, but this time, the Taiwanese-tech conglomerate aims to bounce back when they launch the Htc One M10. The latest flagship device promises to have brand-new features and several improvements.
Tech experts speculated that the HTC Mne M10 would a boast a 16MP primary camera with Optical Image Stabilization, Sapphire Lens Cover ad Laser Autofocus. For its front camera, it will have a 4MP Ultrapixel snapper along with an OLED display and Phase Detection. Nowadays, capturing selfies is the current trend, so it may be expected for One M10 to have a bigger camera unit positioned at the front.
International Business Times published additional improvements of the HTC One M10. The device is believed to have a 5-inch screen with 4K or 2K resolution display.
For its internal features, the device is slated to have the Qualcomm's 82X with 3.X GHz octa-core processor, which will help the phone to perform lightning fast processes. Also, expect the device to have a long lasting battery capacity, as it will sport a massive 3,500-mAH battery life.
Furthermore, the device will have a touch ID scanner at the reverse end. Gadget users nowadays prefer using this fingerprint scan technology for tougher phone security.
For its design, it will showcase two unique color schemes which are the Deep Garnet and Steel Grey. The HTC One M10, codenamed HTC Perfume, is also set to have a sleeker design and curved edges. The smartphone will feature curved bezels and has a premium finish, which is hardly surprising considering the HTC's image and the premium pricing that it is expected to command once it hits the shelves.
Music lovers will also love the phone's BoomSound speakers featuring mini subwoofer with extra rich bass.
Several online reports said that the HTC One M10 might have an installed Android 6.1 Marshmallow.
The launching of One M10 is expected to happen at the Mobile World Congress 2016 if the HTC Inc. plans to continue their tradition of releasing new smartphone during February. The tradition started way back in 2013, with HTC revealing the then flagship One M7 at MWC. The routine was repeated in 2014 and 2015.
According to Latin Post, HTC M10 is expected to go head-to-head against the Sony Xperia Z5 and the LG G4.