Everyone familiar with mobile industry surely remember the HTC One X10 that started to leak out at the beginning of the year. Expected to debut on January 12 the phone’s premiere was eventually delayed. However, although we still don’t know the official date of the One X10’s big unveiling, the release must be on the track because an official poster of the handset has recently come to the light. If to believe the rumors the 5.5-inch phablet will combine a stylish design and a generous battery.
HTC prepares to unveil the HTC One X10. The 5.5-inch device is rumored to sport a gorgeous metallic body and a huge battery.
Those who thought that the HTC One X10 will fall into oblivion will be surely surprised by the fact that after three months of silence the device surfaced the net one more time. Originally designed exclusively for the Asian market the handset is back into the spotlight. The leaked online poster of the One X10 showcases the phablet in its whole beauty. Dressed in an attractive metallic body shell the device seems to be a real good looker, especially when compared with the last year’s HTC One X9.
Furthermore, the rumored material describes the upcoming Android Nougat-based phone as a handset combining ‘big style’ with ‘big battery’, which perhaps explains the device’s somehow blocky profile. Speaking of the battery, the 3,000 mAh (or even a 3,500 mAh one as some voices suggest) cell powering the One X10 will undoubtedly deliver long hours of work and entertainment on a single charging.
Except for a large battery and a metallic rear case, the handset will provide users with three retro-looking capacitive buttons and a Helio X10 processor combined with 3GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. In the field of optics, the device will most probably offer a duet consisting of a 16MP primary sensor with a dual-LED flash and an 8MP front snapper in charge of decent selfies. Other than that, thanks to a circular fingerprint scanner the One X10’s users may be sure that their personal data will be extra secure.
Although HTC hasn’t confirmed any availability or pricing details concerning the One X10 yet, taking into account its specs we can safely guess that it will be sold for something round $300.