HTC’s plans for the year had been made evident after the Taiwanese tech company released the HTC U Ultra & the HTC U Play earlier in the year in January at the CES 2017. The tech company who accused Samsung of hoarding the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipsets ahead of the release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus further hinted on the possibility of releasing a flagship device running on the latest chipset before the year runs out.
Recall that the twin smartphones released in January, although highly customizable came into the market with the much older SoC under the hood and to make up for this, the tech company announced it will be bringing a Sapphire Glass variant of the device to the market pretty soon, a promise which it delivered on as weeks after the announcement, HTC started taking pre-orders for the premium range of the smartphone.
Much attention has however shifted to the next flagship device coming from the stables of the tech company as the HTC X10 just made its way into Russia.
The HTC X10 smartphone, although not the expected HTC 11 or the HTC U Ocean as speculated which has been rumored to be coming to market soon and featuring the Snapdragon 835 chipset entered the market featuring some mid-range specs but one feature differentiates it from the rest, a large battery.
The HTC X10 comes into the market featuring a whopping 4,000 mAh battery-layered to power the device which boasts of 3GB of RAM under the hood along with some other pretty impressive specs.
The HTC X10, although a mid-ranger comes with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1092 pixels at a pixel density of 401ppi with a Corning Gorilla Glass protection layered on top of the 5.5-inch LCD.
The device further boasts of an internal storage size of 32GB which can be further expansible to as much as 2TB using a microSD card and along with this, the tech company says the battery loaded on the device can last as much as two whole days.
Other features on the HTC X10 device includes the HTC’s Boost+ feature which helps users adjust the system resources on the smartphone for better battery maintenance and use, the Energy Saving mode, Maximum Power Saving Mode and the battery is equipped with a fast charging capability.
Under the hood is an octa-core MediaTek P10 chipset and on the camera front, the device boasts of an impressive 16MP camera sensor on the rear panel with a f/2.0 aperture while the front panel is graced with an 8MP snapper with a f/2.2 aperture for selfie and video calling.