HTC 10 teased again, meanwhile GFXBench exposes its specs

Kaloyan, 29 March, 2016

The HTC 10 has been one of the regulars in our rumored section for a long time - we saw it leak through renders, cases, various specs, live images, among others. But the HTC 10 is going to be unveiled on April 12, and as of recently, it has been teased by the company itself.

The #powerof10 campaign has brought us teasers about its audio, top-quality camera, its elegant frame, and finally, we got the invitation to the announcement.

Today HTC has yet another teaser for us - this time it's about performance, but it also gives us a glimpse at the front capacitive keys, flanking a hardware Home Key similar to the One A9's. But there is more. Here is the teaser's accompanying text:

"Not all phones are created equal. The fastest and smoothest Android. You’ll feel it."

We pretty much have a clear idea of what the HTC 10 will look like and we knew most of its key specs, but hopefully, HTC succeeds in keeping something under wraps until the event.

Meanwhile, the HTC 10 leaked through the GFXBench database, and the entry just confirmed the already leaked specs - a 5.1-inch QHD AMOLED touchscreen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 at the helm, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 12MP rear camera, and a 5MP front snapper.

The HTC 10 is rumored to cost €740 and launch on April 15. There are also reports of a Snapdragon 652-powered model, which should be cheaper.

We'll know everything just two weeks from now.

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Reader comments

  • AnonD-501554
  • 04 Apr 2016
  • A2r

Over Price! tsk! No wonder why HTC is losing profit because their phones is too expensive and nothing is new with the features.

  • Reiki
  • 03 Apr 2016
  • 9LA

If that's what it takes to go bankrupt then Samsung is going there too... oh wait, they don't.

  • AnonD-249419
  • 30 Mar 2016
  • d%s

I had M7 and i was satisfied with the quality of images. Throw your " Research results " to someone who is totally clueless ;)

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