When it comes to flagships, Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has been facing quite a bit of trouble recently. While the company's One M9 came with some decent specifications and features on board, particularly in terms of design, build and multimedia, we saw the device suffer quite a bit as well, courtesy of the Snapdragon 810.
With all that being in the past, the company's looking to change things on its flagship smartphone lineup in the form of the HTC 10. Things so far suggest that the device should fall nicely in the flagship category in terms of features and specifications and today we get to learn more about the speakers courtesy of HTC. So take a look below to find out what you should expect on the device all expected to be launched next month by the company.
— HTC (@htc) March 23, 2016
HTC Teases The HTC 10; Device To Retain Focus On Audio
When it comes to smartphones, we've often seen HTC follow a rather different approach from other manufacturers. While top of the line brands like Samsung often focus towards cutting edge features to make sure their devices stand out, we've seen HTC focus more towards the basics and consistently upgrade them each year.
As the One M9 was launched last year, we saw the device come with some well rounded features that included solid build and finishing, coupled with impressive audio and other features, making the device a well rounded offering; were it not for throttling problems. As we head towards the HTC 10, looks like the company's approach is going to be similar, as you can see in the image above.
Not sure if this has been reported yet, but HTC 10 features a super LCD 5 display - not AMOLED. Battery = 3000mAh pic.twitter.com/NbWonSaC3T
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 20, 2016
In addition to the speakers, we're also expecting the HTC 10 to come with heavy hitting specifications in other segments. The device is expected to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, which looks to be quite a solid comeback by the company. The processor has been launched on several devices so far, including both the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge and the LG G5, with the latter also expected to hit the shelves starting April.
The Snapdragon 820 will be complemented with 4GB of RAM and we should also be expecting to see a much revamped display in the form of Super LCD 5. The display should improve overall user experience and make the screen much more easier to view, owing to the subtle changes introduced beneath the surface. The device should also be expected to come with a 3000mAh battery, that coupled with a 12MP rear camera sensor for the HTC 10 should balance things quite effectively.
There's still some time left until the HTC 10 is launched by the company, so more should surface soon on the device. We'll keep you updated. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.