HTC is back with a new teaser to intensify the hype around the upcoming flagship HTC 10, also known as HTC One M10. The heavily-rumored HTC One M9 successor will be introduced April 12.
Recently, HTC teased the camera capabilities of the upcoming phone. The new video teaser shows the company's obsession with getting the battery right. HTC’s One M9 was a failure partly because of the overheating problems associated with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. The Verge called the phone as “the world’s most beautiful disappointment.”
Therefore, it’s only natural that the company is obsessed with getting it right this time around. HTC handsets are not known for churning out an impressive battery life. However, this might change with the HTC 10. The teaser says HTC engineers have turned the art of perfecting the battery unit into a science.
Here is the cool teaser:
— HTC (@htc) April 8, 2016
As far as the rumored specifications go, the HTC 10 will come powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC, backed by 4GB of RAM, similar to the recently released Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5.
Camera-wise, one of the official teasers released by HTC showed the upcoming flagship will sport an UltraPixel camera unit. However, at this point, we do not know if the UltraPixel sensor will be part of both the front and back cameras.
In any case, past reports pointed to a 12 megapixel camera unit at the back of the device, which is believed to house an UltraPixel sensor. To top it off, a recent report suggested that the front-facing snapper of the HTC 10 will support OIS, guaranteeing top-notch sefies.
Meanwhile, a Weibo user has uploaded a slew of photos, allegedly of the HTC 10 in white and black hues.