Yesterday, famous tech leakster Evan Blass took to Twitter to share the renders of the black and white color versions of the HTC Desire 10 Pro, which he outed along with the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle on Friday. Based on the renders, the Pro device also fits the physical descriptions of the Lifestyle handset made by Blass’ informant, who has knowledge on the smartphones and HTC’s plans.
In Blass’ Venture Beat report, which was published on Friday, he wrote that the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle will have matte, solid color finishes and metallic gold trims on the edges and surrounding important components, such as the camera lens and antenna cutouts. Based on the renders of the Desire 10 Pro, the device has matte finishes of black and white and metallic gold trims on the edges as well as around the protruding camera lens on the upper left corner and the antenna bands at the back of the device.
Though the physical descriptions of the Lifestyle device mostly match the appearance of the Pro in the leaked renders, there is going to be a key difference between the handsets’ designs, and it is the gold trim surrounding the camera flash of the Desire 10 Lifestyle that was singled out in Blass’ report.
Meanwhile, Android Police noted that the renders also show that the HTC Desire 10 Pro will have chamfered corners on both the front and the back. The tech site also took notice of the capacitive keys below the display, the prominent power button and volume buttons on the sides and the circular fingerprint sensor on the back of the device. Another thing that Android Police noticed is the Sept. 20 date on the phones’ display which appears to corroborate with Blass’ tweet back in July that a Desire 10 device is coming at the end of the third quarter.
Apart from the ones mentioned above, no other details on the specs and features of the Desire 10 Pro are available as of writing. But when it comes to the mid-range handset Desire 10 Lifestyle, Blass has already revealed that this variant will come in different colors and will sport a 5.5-inch display with a screen resolution of 720x1280. Inside, the smartphone will be powered by a still unknown quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and will pack in either 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory or 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage depending on the market region.
In terms of the Desire 10 Lifestyle’s audio, the handset is reportedly having Boomsound Hi-Fi Edition speakers, but it was not mentioned if they will be placed on the front or at the back. To complement the speakers, the device is said to come with 24-bit system audio. In addition, HTC is reportedly shipping the handset with high quality earbuds that will match the Lifestyle’s enhanced audio output.
It remains to be confirmed whether HTC is indeed gearing up to unveil to the public the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle and the HTC Desire 10 Pro in late September. Also, pricing details for the two smartphones are still unknown at this point.