HTC One M10 rumored specs surface, 27MP camera in tow
HTC is really employing all the methods and practices that it sees fit to keep its head above waters, planning to even go where smartphone technology has never gone if that’s what it takes. Having just launched the HTC One A9 on which they have been accused and faulted on many moral grounds of ripping off the Apple iPhone 6S, HTC may be well moving past that and focusing on their new device, the HTC One M10.
The HTC One M10 has started to make its own rounds of rumor, speculations even coming down to the opinion that this device would be named the HTC O2 instead in a bid to drive the market another way.
The rumors have brought a spec sheet with them too, telling us that the HTC One M10 (or whatever it decides to get called) would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, have a massive 4GB of RAM and a processor that has its frequency measured to be 3GHz. That is some speed.
Rumored to be coming with a battery that is large enough to hold 3500mAh, the device would be available in the 64GB and 128GB variants that would also have 27MP on board as the primary camera.
The screen of this device is to be set on either of 5 inch or 6 inch (or a screen size between these values) and a launch date of March to April of 2016 is expected.
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