According to the almost reliable leaks from Evan Blass (a.k.a @evleaks), HTC will introduce a new smartphone at the end of the month. This might be the HTC One X10 to continue the success of its predecessor, the HTC One X9 from last year and the phone has officially already received the certification in Russia.
A rumor from last month said the phone would be equipped with the MediaTek’s Helio P10 SoC and sport a 5.5-inch Full HD Super LCD display, 3GB of RAM, and a 13 MP rear camera. But if we go by the leaked list posted today, we’ll know most of those specs have panned out. The chipset inside the upcoming HTC phone will be the MT6755, normally better known as Helio P10, and a 5.5″ 1080p display. However, instead of using the 13 MP resolution camera like on its predecessor, the One X10 will actually sport a rear camera with higher resolution 16.3 MP. Besides, the 7.9 MP selfie sensor are pretty much the only upgrade compared to the One X9.
The HTC One X9 has already equipped a powerful chipset (the MediaTek Helio X10), and it still owns the same display, RAM, as well as storage amount. So you might consider if there is any new change of the One X10 than the One X9 for 2017, while just have a little improvement about specs. That’s the change of the design, you can see the leaked images below and the addition of that fingerprint scanner on the back.
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Alongside the One X10, HTC will apparently be introducing two more smartphones this early year before the end of March. One may be the successor to the HTC 10, the HTC flagship model in 2017, while the other, possibly codenamed Ocean Note, is a high-end phablet with a large curved screen and an excellent camera.