HTC One X10 Latest News: HTC Announced Latest Device In Russia; Boasts Long Battery Life That Can last For 2 Days
HTC OneX10 is recently announced in Russia. The latest reveal from HTC flaunts a massive battery capacity that can last for two days.
HTC is said to release its next flagship phone, the HTC 11. It was rumored that this will be called as HTC X10. According to some leaked information on social media, this new device will have a favorable battery capacity. If this is the case, this will probably be considered as a key marketing strategy of the company.
The leaked image, according to Trusted Reviews, did not show other details except for a fingerprint scanner at the back and a smooth industrial design which is common for handsets manufactured by HTC.
It was first anticipated that the next HTC flagship phone will be revealed this month of April. However, for the fact that there is no launch event plan coming from the Taiwan-based company, it is more likely just be rumors. HTC would just probably choose to silently revive the line-up of its HTC One X10. After that, a much extravagant event for HTC 11 revelation might be held later this year. It was reported earlier that the HTC 11 is more likely to be called HTC U which under the codename of "Ocean," says XDA developers.
Meanwhile, the mobile device is officially announced in Russia. As speculated, HTC One X10, the latest mid-range smartphone boasts its 4000 mAh battery. The company claims that this power will enable users to use the device for two whole days on a single charge. The device has a low-resolution screen, and given the power of the battery, no doubt it can really last.
Apart from the battery, the rest of the specs of HTC One X10 are most likely what mid-range phones offer. It sports a 5.5-inch 1080p screen. It also has a MediaTek helio P10 processor and a 3 GB RAM with 32 GB of internal storage. The device has a 16 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera equipped with wide angle lens for selfie. It is priced at approximately $355, says The Verge.