Not all of us are willing to spend a small fortune on a flagship phone. For those of you who do want a mid-ranger with good specs, HTC is preparing to unveil HTC One X10 this year, probably at MWC 2017. The first leaked images show a redesigned back of the gadget #mobilemagic
HTC is back this year with a successor of the One X9, if leaked images and rumors are to be believed. Indeed, the two images that showed up on China’s Weibo social network present a device very similar to the HTC One X9, at least if you’re looking at the front. As you can see below, there’s a capacitive home button and back keys on the bottom of the phone’s front. On the back, there’s quite a change in design. The rear camera has taken a central spot on the back, unlike the X9 but alike the M8 devices. Under it, the manufacturer added a fingerprint sensor:
The overall design competes with the premium look flagship phones usually have, downright to the metal unibody. As for specs, previous rumors have suggested this one would sell with a 5.5-inch display (1080×1920), a MediaTek octa-core MT6755V/C processor that runs at 1.9GHz, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Unlike its predecessor, X10 is said to do a better camera module, with a 16.3MP rear camera and a 7.9MP front shooter.
Of course, these specs aren’t set in stone. We’ll know for sure if the phone is worth your money in a couple of days, when Mobile World Congress starts in Barcelona. HTC will be present at the event and it makes sense to unveil the device there, since all eyes are on the goodies companies bring to the trade show.
Stay tuned to find out what HTC has been cooking last year!
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