HTC M10 Specifications And Images Leaked – Will We Get To See It This Month?


HTC M10 is the company’s flagship smartphone and we already have a rough estimate of the hardware that is going to be packing inside the company’s flagship smartphone. However, now the leaked images of the handset have also shown and you will get to see them right here.


HTC M10 Features A 5.15 Inch Screen Size And Snapdragon 820 – Much Like Xiaomi Mi5

Flagship smartphones that are not engaged in producing their own chipsets like Samsung, will pretty much sport Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820. The processor has a dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo and a dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo configuration and the SoC has been manufactured on the 14nm FinFET LPP process. In short, you will be experiencing a ton of performance and energy efficiency from the upcoming handset.

In fact, we are confident that the overall performance is not going to slow down on account of the smartphone sporting a QHD display, or in other words, a 1440p display. HTC has limited its high-end devices from being incorporated with a 1440p resolution, but looking at the rise of other devices rocking a 2K resolution, looks the Taiwanese manufacturer has also given in. Apart from looking pleasing to the naked eye, that is if you pay that much attention, having a 2K display on a smartphone or tablet screen will drain your rapidly; even more so if you are engaged in running intensive mobile gaming apps on it.

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Let us hope that HTC M10 comes with a beefy sized battery otherwise it does not seem like future consumers will be getting a whole lot of screen on time with the smartphone. The biggest problem that we have had with HTC so far is with their pricing strategy. Sure, their build quality of devices are without question one of the best that we have seen in high-end flagships, but very rarely do you see consumers hypnotized by build qualities and more towards the pricing of the device.

A Type-C USB port also looks to be on the cards, which is a welcome feature, although due to the popularity of this particular port, you will have trouble looking for aftermarket accessories at affordable rates.

When the company announced its A9 smartphone, we were appalled with its pricing, and perhaps the only saving grace of the phone was that you would receive software updates just two weeks after they were officially available for Google’s Nexus lineup. Let us hope that HTC M10 sports a competitive price otherwise 2016 is going to be another bad year for the Taiwanese phone. Are you impressed with the device that HTC is going to announce in the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.